Discussion in 'The Bar' started by MONK, Jan 30, 2011.
I hear Nogales is nice this time of year.
Too much detail on where that is. I'm not going.
trunk bay, St. John, USVI my favorite place evah!
Will I get a torch, a buff for muh head and learn to fish with a hook and string?
How about a working vacation in India?
No chance. Those people don't shave their nether regions and they worship goats. GOATS!
There's always the Bronx.
Meh. I would rather go to Harlem.
Zhora was an embarrassment to the Troop. I "jumped" him out years ago.
moosonee. dont bring your car
You can meet me and I'll show you what a real muscle car looks and feels like. :fuck:
Right. I'll bring the M3 just to shut you up finally. Fag.
Liberia's slogan: We don't want to kill you
i used to have an M3. i loved that car.
M3>Mustang. Every time.
I want to change me name to Carol Shelby, so i will stay out of the argument. But I beat every macho asshole coming out of a red light every time. They never saw it coming.
Your doubt is understandable, but check the specs. For 2011, both rear-drive, four-seat coupes use all-aluminum V-8 engines with double-overhead camshafts tickling 32 valves. The M3's 4.0-liter carryover makes 414 horsepower at 8300 rpm and 295 pound-feet of torque at 3900 rpm. The Mustang's all new 5.0-liter V-8 cranks out 412 ponies at 6500 rpm and 390 pound-feet at 4250 rpm. But the most compelling number is 0.2: the difference in power-to-weight ratio between the two. The Mustang carries 8.8 pounds per pony to the M3's 8.6. And yet, at the test track, the 5.0 equals or betters the M3 in every performance category we measure. Both hit 60 mph in 4.4 seconds, but the Mustang is faster to the quarter mile by a tenth of a second and 0.7 mph-12.7 seconds at 111.6 mph. It also stops two feet shorter from 60 mph-a tie as far as we're concerned-and the GT really shatters the M myth on the skidpad. America's original ponycar manages to outgrip one of Germany's most iconic sports cars to the tune 0.2 second through our figure eight and by 0.01 g in lateral acceleration.
Read more: http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests...11_bmw_m3_comparison/index.html#ixzz1CaEJmYsv