Turbo has a tiny part to do with it.It comes down to the driver and the tune/supporting mods mostly.You gotta factor in elevation and ambient conditions as well.You wanna know how you and your car will do?Go run the 1/4 mile then....
No "bench racing". Bench racing is defined as posting hypothetical questions to try and see how fast or how powerful your car is, or will be. If you want to know what time to expect at the track, whether or not your car can beat another specified car, or how much power it will have with a particular modification (or mod list), then go to the track or the dyno and find out for sure. Do not ask for people to guess in our forums. It's pointless and it wastes space. Serious enthusiasts go out and do it, they don't talk about doing it. If you're not serious about performance, find another online community to be apart of.
i didnt mean to piss anyone off when i started this thread but im still in high school, work a lot, and the closest drag strip from where i live is atleast 3 hours, so i was just speculating for the time being. Sorry.
yeah no problem man...i really didnt see what the big deal was....dont really think it makes you any less of an enthusiast, my friend had a vf34 set up on his wrx and he ran mid to high 12's, he was a good driver so thats just a ball park