Quote (stupidkid282 @ Jun 25 2012 04:33pm)
Why are we still talking about power? Have you not comprehended anything I said? Subaru is fucking giving it more power, Jesus mother fucking Christ.
Also, in my previous post....... I said that all reviewers have pointed out the lack of power..... And even then they don't seem to mind
Not everyone buys a fucking car to race dickheads like yourself.
And sorry little child, your decisions and opinions are alway being influenced by someone else, period.
/end childish rage at unintelligent moron.
Ps, youre right, I don't know much about cars but I have common sense and can create a sensible argument
I'm not racing dickheads. It needs more power before it would be feasible for me. I think I've explained this thoroughly.
In certain situations opinions are influenced by others, specifically when there are no facts to be had. This isn't one of those cases.
You call me unintelligent yet you resort to name calling and ranting after I said I was trolling you on purpose 2 pages ago.
Your argument is far from sensible. It's built upon a sandy foundation of other people's opinions.
The whole problem here is you are trying to influence my opinion with other people's opinions. I told you they don't matter to me and they won't change my own opinion. You refuse to accept that.
Who is the bullheaded babbling moron in this situation?
Quote (stupidkid282 @ Jun 25 2012 05:17pm)
I'm not telling him he is making up his opinions.......learn to read.
But I'm going to take the opinions of people WHO HAVE ACTUALLY DRIVEN THE CAR rather than his theories...especially since all he cares about is more power.
You don't have to take my opinion. It's my fucking opinion. You have your own. It's ok to disagree. Buy one if you want. BUT, based on MY opinion, I won't be buying one. I'm not trying to change your mind.
Those aren't theories by the way. Those 1/4 mile times are going to be extremely accurate. It's physics. Drag racing is all about math. The stock 6spd manual/stock tire record will probably be 13.8-13.9. I'll put money on that. Average driver's will run 14.3-14.5. Magazines will quote 14.5-15.5 because they can't drive and they run on random ass un-prepped roads.
In my opinion that is far too slow for anything designed to be sporty given what else is out there right now. It's too slow for ME. Now get off my nuts.
Quote (stupidkid282 @ Jun 25 2012 05:22pm)
you never REALLY know until you drive the car.....Numbers on a page will only go so far..More common sense.
Seriously, learn to fucking argue.
Again, I don't care how "special" the car feels. It's just not fast enough. Subaru and Toyota don't know any secret tricks to make a 200hp car run 12's. If they did they would have done it by now. This is all my opinion.
Quote (stupidkid282 @ Jun 25 2012 05:39pm)
he hasn't taken the time to research it like i have...I'm not "bashing him" for not driving the car, I'm letting him know that his opinion, his numbers/specs of the car won't matter until he drives it.http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=9004
A great Review and a track day for a new FRS owner with GTR, M3, Skyline and other much faster cars previously owned.
read it....for once.
My my you are a dense one. I've done all the research I need to. You are looping back to your original point. My numbers/specs are cold hard data that cannot be influenced by any amount of "driving pleasure." Liking how it handles and the road feedback will not make it faster. I'm not spending $25-30k on something that won't push me back in the seat at all. I don't care about those editorials. Who said I never read them either? It really, really sounds like you are just butthurt because I feel like the car does not suit me and I won't buy one. How childish is that? Maybe you should go back to college. We (society) don't need pigheaded people like yourself making decisions in our adult world.This post was edited by FMX_89 on Jun 26 2012 02:44pm