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      05-15-2013, 02:08 PM   #220
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Originally Posted by Optherion View Post
Your M3 should definitely pull a stock 2013 GT-R if you are racing from about 70mph+. Youre making at least 80 more HP and a lighter car. Dead stop I've hooked a 0-60 in the GT-R at 2.8 and managed a 60 foot time of 1.4 Mine is putting down the same power as your M3 so would be curious to see how it does from a roll. I would said pretty much dead even. As far as road courses go, Ive got a track tune that is more conservative.
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Originally Posted by SROC5 View Post
Cool, and then sounds like if someone spent $95k - $100k on a sports car, you could get more out of the E92 M3 street performance wise vs. a stock 2013 GT-R. I'm sure the dead start performance would go to the GT-R (since it's hard to put it down 0-60 in S/Ced E92 M3), but that's ok, all things considered.
From a dead stop, 1SICKM (who has about the same power as me - maybe 10 more with meth) did a 2.8 second 0-60 run using drag radials when he ran his 10.6 at 132 a couple months ago in his ESS VT2 625 DCT M3.

So at the strip with the correct tires and a sticky surface, an S/C M3 may be able to compete when making similar HP, but otherwise there's no way a RWD car can compete from a stop against an all wheel drive car making that much power.
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