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post #221 of 233 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 06:05 PM
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Meanwhile, green is overtaking yellow.

thats a real nice picture! how many burn outs have you done? I don't have a burn out machine because I would do them everywhere

"Give a man a match, and he'll be warm for a minute, but set him on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life."
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Hmmm...We shall have to discuss this further.
For starters, if you wanted a supercharger you could have bought or soon purchased the factory supercharger option.

I think you will like some of my suggestions. The car will sound and perform a whole lot better and you can still use it to get the groceries or take it to the track.

Not sure why folks are surprised the car matches the bike..... Dont they know you are OCD and stuff just has to match?


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Love Moto's green car because it reminds me of the exact color and metal flake used on the Mattel HotWheels Camaro of the late 60's.

That's how old I am...

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Another thing that I hate is that Todd's garage is so clean. With 3 little kids, my garage is loaded with crap, crap, sh*t and more crap.
Todd, the new addition looks great!

And Jeff, with no kids my garage is loaded with crap, as is portions of my house (mainly my office and my other office - not sure why I have 2 offices seeing as I don't even work from home much at all).

My next two nights will be spent cleaning my 2 offices in preparation of the in-laws coming for Thanksgiving. I may need a relaxing spirited drive this upcoming Saturday or Sunday to unwind from hosting Thanksgiving and family from out of town.

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Can a brother spare a built 2ZZ, 10 to 1 compression, Ferrea valves, Crower Maxi-Lite connecting rods, Cosworth pistons, ect...???


I was playing with a 430 Scuderia and my engine went boom. For once I have a good story.

Still sucks though, engine was stock and it lived a good hard life, it deserved to die in glory
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Congrats Todd. That green is really nice. I've seen that in person and it looks even better.

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Love Moto's green car because it reminds me of the exact color and metal flake used on the Mattel HotWheels Camaro of the late 60's.
I'm aiming for the same passion I had for Hot Wheels as a kid with every car I purchase.

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Congrats Todd. That green is really nice. I've seen that in person and it looks even better.
Steve, we are both traveling down the green path right now. I can't wait to see yours!

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How many burn outs have you done? I don't have a burn out machine because I would do them everywhere
I end up doing burnouts without even trying.

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I think you will like some of my suggestions. The car will sound and perform a whole lot better and you can still use it to get the groceries or take it to the track.
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Can a brother spare a built 2ZZ, 10 to 1 compression, Ferrea valves, Crower Maxi-Lite connecting rods, Cosworth pistons, ect...???


I was playing with a 430 Scuderia and my engine went boom. For once I have a good story.

Still sucks though, engine was stock and it lived a good hard life, it deserved to die in glory

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I am surprised he didn't get a yellow one


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I am surprised he didn't get a yellow one

I'd say that car is parked in its native habitat!

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That gold car looks very nice, but I prefer the subdued colors.
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Damnit Jeff, I was gonna post that!

As for the 'Boom, Goes the Engine' - thank God I didn't join you guys on that drive. One fiddy with the Scud and 458 sounds a bit to scary in a 'I'm gonna die' or even worse 'I'm going to jail' kinda way.

You gonna compound charge it and go all Ronin on it?
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That gold car looks very nice, but I prefer the subdued colors.
I think that yellow Murci outside your office last week had the same wheels!
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