Im curious to know how the FiST does vs Civics's, RSX's etc...
That would still be considered street racing.All I really wanna know is how the FiST hangs with other stock compact cars in higher class on a straight line like on the highway or at a stop light.
That's just about the definition of street racing. Do you need a body kit and neon underglow for it to be "Fast and Furious"? When people race other cars on the road all they tend to pay attention to is staying ahead of the opponent(s), this is where it becomes most dangerous, even if it's just a race to the speed limit (I speak from experience). You go to the drag strip if you want to find out which will overtake which in a drag race. Accelerating fast from a stoplight on a low traffic road alone is one thing because you're doing it for fun and you are still aware of what happening around you (hopefully). But playing keep ahead of the other driver is dangerous because you're paying more attention to them than what you or other drivers on the road are doing.All I really wanna know is how the FiST hangs with other stock compact cars in higher class on a straight line like on the highway or at a stop light. Not Fast N Furious type of drag.