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    M3 vs Lexus IS-F 1/4 mile Drag Race x 2


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    Nice runs. What happen to the m3 on the second run? The isf got significantly quicker on the second pass.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by tphaeng Click here to enlarge
    Nice runs. What happen to the m3 on the second run? The isf got significantly quicker on the second pass.
    lol, and the M3 got way slower....slow runs for both cars to be honest. Both should be in 12's, especially the M3. Manual I take it?
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    Just for reference I did a 800m run with an ISF on an airstrip and beat it by about a car, my 135i ran 12.7@111 a few weeks prior.
    So they're aren't super quick but $#@! they sound good.

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    ISF and M3 are pretty equally matched when N/A

    I met an ISF guy over the weekend, oddly enough, he knows the @undercover crew as well. Pro-EFI is working on a solution for them as well. The hardware has been available for years now, but the tuning issue is a big one.

    Id like to see what those cars can do with some boost.

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    Isn't that what stock 335s are doing?

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    Their 60' times weren't the best. On the first run the M3 cut a 2.24 and the ISF a 2.18. On the second run the M3 cut a 2.45 while the ISF remained at a 2.18. That and the hot, humid air that is a constant at PBIR probably didn't help them either.
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    Wow lol

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    2.24 60' LOL = needs to practice haha
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GetSomeE92 Click here to enlarge
    Their 60' times weren't the best. On the first run the M3 cut a 2.24 and the ISF a 2.18. On the second run the M3 cut a 2.45 while the ISF remained at a 2.18. That and the hot, humid air that is a constant at PBIR probably didn't help them either.
    Hot humid air doesn't help, but still watched a stock M6 doing low 12.7's down here in SWFL...pretty sure we're the hottest and most humid climate in the United States...that was in July...these runs are just plain awful.

    And yes, stock 335i's run mid-13's. 13.3/13.4 is rare though
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