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There is always going to be someone faster than you

By Faiming_low on 01 Jun 2015

Attached Image We all know Porsche's new 991 GT3 is a pretty fast car considering that it has 475bhp and can do more than 300km/h if the roads allow so. So, this guy in his Nissan comes up to GT3 and tries to out drag it with his 350Z. Of course the 350Z has to be tuned in order to even stand a chance.
 
According to the video, it is equipped with a supercharger that would increases output to at least 420bhp. Then, all of a sudden, something else comes up from behind and surprises them at an estimated 240km/h. Watch the video and find out what happens...


 

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Renegade777 Jun 01 2015 11:57 AM

 

 

 

Only the VW and Nissan thinks they are seriously racing.

Pro326 Jun 01 2015 05:42 PM

SIMPLY LOVE IT!!!!! Sleeper cars I love it!

Yslim79 Jun 03 2015 08:46 PM
Wahaha this is real farnie ....
mazdafever Jun 10 2015 11:13 AM

There is so much joy watching a 'built' car gunning down one that is expensive and fast straight out of the factory

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