Do you have what it takes to tame such a car?

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#6
That car makes a mini earth tremor. I have never seen such brute power in Kenyan cars. Ama hatuwezani mafuta? Is there anyone who has ever experienced such a car or something close?
That's a dragster, not for road use, on a dynamometer.
There are people who drive sleepers with similar (but slightly detuned) engines on the daily...even here in 254.
Some variants of these produce 150dB of noise at full throttle.
 

patco

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#15
how comes young Kenyans only know of subarus. blue subarus, and yet there are other better but older brands. mitsubishi evos are very rare in kenya or is it impossible to get one? In the old days there was a famous toyota, the supra. very fast. almost dangerous. the australian holden monaro. the golf gti. in fact all one needs is to play need for speed to get ideas. the nissan 300sx. nissan skyline 350gt. the nissan skyline gtr r-34. mitsubishi eclipse gt. bmw m3 and m5. old cars so maybe one can get them at a bargain.
 
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how comes young Kenyans only know of subarus. blue subarus, and yet there are other better but older brands. mitsubishi evos are very rare in kenya or is it impossible to get one? In the old days there was a famous toyota, the supra. very fast. almost dangerous. the australian holden monaro. the golf gti. in fact all one needs is to play need for speed to get ideas. the nissan 300sx. nissan skyline 350gt. the nissan skyline gtr r-34. mitsubishi eclipse gt. bmw m3 and m5. old cars so maybe one can get them at a bargain.
I know of the holden. Looks good. And very fast. But in kenya we import what our neighbour has. Spares na resale. So tuko stuck hapo. Yet we are blind to the options out there. Sasa inafanya hata owning a holden monaro inakuwa near impractical coz fundi anataka 1NZ-FE.
 

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