FINALLY SOME ACTION
Tonight on my way home from work, I notice this RICED OUT mustang (big all double wing, slammed to the ground, purple neons, half a paint job, unpainted body kit, crappy exhaust tips, chrome rims).
I was like wth, so I pass a POS beat up Lexus I was behind and catch up t the mustang, we get to the red light, am behind him and we are in a turning double lane. light turns green and traffic flows he tries to ditch me but I stay on his ass, we zig-zag pass the two cars that were ahead of us, all that time he couldn't get rid of me.
and we get to the red light, but am still right behind him, light turns green and he hits it, I stay on him, and once I see the opportunity I open the throttle more and get right next to him, then I hit it, and am gone..... there was about 4-5 cars of space between us, then I flashed my brake lights and he called it a day, made a turn into a gas station I think...
Now here is the funny part... when I had seen that mustang I was behind a crappy lexus, and I had passed him badly to catch up to the mustang, now it appeared that that guy was pissed. Three or four lights pass after I beat the mustang and I see the lexus (I noticed it because his driver side mirror was just hanging with duck tape).
When i first noticed him again he was two or three cars behind me, he passed those cars and got right on my ass, and he was playing that all "am right behind you" game, when i got the chance to I opened it up a little and increased the space between him and I, but obviously he wasn't satisfied by that.
We get to a red light and he's by then right next to me, he revs it, and am like
, so light turns green, we both drop the hammer, and I mean the guy didn't even last a second I easily had 5 cars space between him and I before I even got to 80mph. then we get two lights down and light turns green, there was my turning lane coming up and one or two cars ahead of us, he was again right next to me at the red light, this time he wouldn't even look at me... so I wanted to piss him off, then I Rev it
By that time my exahust had warmed up pretty well and was at it's finest sound, and just the roar of the RSC36 was enough to nail him and make him understand to not mess with a bimmer again, it was like the cherry on the top of the kill