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#1 archemitis

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Posted 26 May 2004 - 05:43 PM

just in case anyone ever wondered what their car realy weighs. 86 hatch, 4speed dr tranny, gutted interior, no backseats or carpet, plastic bumpers, 15 inch pug alloys with 25.5 inch rubber, xt6 seats, still has radio with 2 speakers. short, lightweigh exhaust, with no cats. no spare tire, sitting at a quarter tank of gas. thats about all i can think of that would have anything to do with weight. with around 100hp its fun fun.

#2 MorganM

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Posted 26 May 2004 - 05:56 PM

just in case anyone ever wondered what their car realy weighs. 86 hatch, 4speed dr tranny, gutted interior, no backseats or carpet, plastic bumpers, 15 inch pug alloys with 25.5 inch rubber, xt6 seats, still has radio with 2 speakers. short, lightweigh exhaust, with no cats. no spare tire, sitting at a quarter tank of gas. thats about all i can think of that would have anything to do with weight. with around 100hp its fun fun.

no wonder you bust all 4 loose when dropping the hammer and drift on gravel so easy! :D

#3 Myxalplyx

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Posted 26 May 2004 - 06:53 PM

just in case anyone ever wondered what their car realy weighs. 86 hatch, 4speed dr tranny, gutted interior, no backseats or carpet, plastic bumpers, 15 inch pug alloys with 25.5 inch rubber, xt6 seats, still has radio with 2 speakers. short, lightweigh exhaust, with no cats. no spare tire, sitting at a quarter tank of gas. thats about all i can think of that would have anything to do with weight. with around 100hp its fun fun.


This may sound like a silly question but how do you know it weighs 2100lbs? In other words, what did you weigh it on?

#4 archemitis

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Posted 26 May 2004 - 07:46 PM

truck scale, thats certified to within 20 lbs.




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