I got my a$$ kicked by an S2000 in a straight away. I am pretty sure the results would not have been much different through turns.
you got itThat must be some really good N Cali weed that you are smoking -- this is one of the best balanced and neutral cars you can buy.
Originally posted by Unicron:
You are talking about a M Roadster/Coupe right?
Yep...those are a bit faster than the S2000. But the 1/4 mile is pretty close that it would depend on the driver on who would win a street light drag race.
thank u...and i completely agree.. when you have 2 cars like these, very close in power, it all comes down to the driver..Originally posted by Unicron:
Good job...you must be better at driving your car than the S2000 guy. The M3 and the S2000 should be pretty even...but it seems to me that the M3 is alot easier to launch well.
I recently raced a 99 M3 coupe I met on this board (maddogtx). I was pretty much stock back then with some 18's (which really slowed me down). He has a software upgrade and the Dinnan cold air intake. We raced like 4 - 6 times...and it seemed pretty even because whoever had the better launch would win.
Last couple weekends ago I saw maddogtx's 99 M3 beat an S2000 by a car length and a half. I raced the same S2000 prior to that race and beat the S2000 by a car lenght...and I had a bad start. I lost a car lenght because I had a delayed launch...but I caught up and beat the S2000 by a car lenght and some.
When two cars are relatively close in 0-60 times...in a street light drag race...it's all in the driver!