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Old 07-29-2011, 07:43 PM
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Destroyed by a Honda accord v6?

Sure was embarrassed. Time to upgrade the 2010 to a 2011? Thought it would've been closer......
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Was it the 3.0 or the new 3.5? The wife's '03 EX/L has the 3.0 and it's fun but not what I would call fast.




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It was the new 3.5. I never stood a chance.
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Well consider the same engine displacement in a car weighing less by 1000 lbs so there's no shame really. Come borrow my R/T


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yeah man those run low 14's high 13's stock
Not gonna happen on the SE
and dont be embarrassed the 2011 se's wouldn't be closer either.
At the end of the day they still have a honda thats an appliance, and not something that has soul.
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I saw an accord tonight that would give an R/T a run for it's money. It had stickers that are good for at least 75 rwhp.
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If the Accord was stock, your SE should have made it a race. An R/T would have smoked it, however.

According to Road and Track, a 2011 Accord with a 3.5 manual, weighing 3,475 lbs., can go from 0-60 mph in 6.2 sec. and run the quarter in 14.8 sec. @ 96.8 mph. It also has a top speed of 130 mph.

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Sure was embarrassed. Time to upgrade the 2010 to a 2011? Thought it would've been closer......
Well if you're going to spend the money to upgrade, you might as well get an R/T at least.
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Great, now he's probably on some damn Honda forum talking about how he smoked a Challenger.. He's probably gonna build it up to sound like he killed you, and now everyone is going to have to deal with all these little punk Honda drivers with their fart can exhaust until we put them back in their place....

Seriously... sounds like nothing to be ashamed of... Okay, maybe just a little (just ribbing ya).

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LOL yeah leave any newer 2 door Accord alone.
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