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is putting a 650 rwhp engine in a 2006 GT just pointless?

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Old 04-01-2012, 03:33 PM   #31
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It would be pointless to expect to use all that power. Unless you are keen on wide tires and drag radials, which I am not. I like to be able to bust through standing water at speeds over 60mph and not worry about hydroplaning off the road. I can't imagine trying to drive in the rain on a 305/xx/xx tire!
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