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1981 Toyota Starlet La Atrevida: 7.520 @ 177.140
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1981 Toyota Starlet : 8.150 @ 185.000
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1981 Toyota Starlet : 8.740 @ 154.000
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1981 Toyota Starlet : 9.210 @ 140.000
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1981 Toyota Starlet : 9.880 @ 134.410
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2006 Mazda 3 : 10.150 @ 134.000
Vincent Tiaga, Engine: Mazda I4, Supercharger: na Turbos: na Tires: M&H


1989 Toyota Starlet turbo-s: 10.178 @ 137.610
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1981 Toyota Starlet : 10.320 @ 126.450
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1979 Toyota Starlet : 10.401 @ 132.000
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1978 Toyota Starlet : 10.464 @ 127.000
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1981 Toyota Starlet : 10.800 @ 125.000
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1991 Toyota Starlet : 11.406 @ 120.600
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2005 Mazda 3 SP23: 11.659 @ 128.790
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2008 Mazda 3 mazdaspeed3: 11.682 @ 117.170
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1990 Toyota Starlet EP82: 11.700 @ 121.000
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1982 Toyota Starlet 1.8: 11.720 @ 112.000
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1986 Toyota Starlet Rotary: 12.140 @ 0.000
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1988 Toyota Starlet GT: 12.195 @ 120.288
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1994 Toyota Starlet GT Turbo: 12.279 @ 106.130
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2008 Mazda 3 MPS: 12.350 @ 119.830
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