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Old 03-27-2007, 09:45 PM   #21
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anyone ever spray a two fiddy?
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:47 PM   #23
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anyone ever spray a two fiddy?
I dunno about spray, but a long time ago, mr.turbo made a turbo for the bike, I think he only made one then figured out "whats the point?" .....from what ive heard..:confused1
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i hate idiots in there want to go fast cars that try to get a race out of any bike.
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:53 PM   #25
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does that thing even put out enough pressure to spool it up?:laughing6
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Old 03-28-2007, 07:16 AM   #26
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i hate idiots in there want to go fast cars that try to get a race out of any bike.

Well, they should at least make sure the bike knows they are supposed to race...that way face shields can come down, transmissions put into gear :confused1 LOL

I haven't done any Texas style street racing...perhaps I broke some unwritten code where if you acknowledge the doofus in the car beside you that means you HAVE to race???!!! :confused2
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Well, they should at least make sure the bike knows they are supposed to race...that way face shields can come down, transmissions put into gear :confused1 LOL

I haven't done any Texas style street racing...perhaps I broke some unwritten code where if you acknowledge the doofus in the car beside you that means you HAVE to race???!!! :confused2

That is it, you got it. Don't forget you have to rev your engine twice.
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I haven't done any Texas style street racing...perhaps I broke some unwritten code where if you acknowledge the doofus in the car beside you that means you HAVE to race???!!! :confused2
Funny thing is its like that and you can tell those numb nut drivers a mile away.
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That is it, you got it. Don't forget you have to rev your engine twice.
wow i just thought that was how the retards here in waco got people to race.
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wow i just thought that was how the retards here in waco got people to race.

Nope...there's retards everywhere
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Well, they should at least make sure the bike knows they are supposed to race...that way face shields can come down, transmissions put into gear :confused1 LOL

I haven't done any Texas style street racing...perhaps I broke some unwritten code where if you acknowledge the doofus in the car beside you that means you HAVE to race???!!! :confused2


Baaaahahahahahahhahaaa!!!! Don't you just love it??? When I'm driving my car, and I look over depending on the idiot, he thinks I want to race him... I'M STOCK.... WTF am I trying to prove?!?!?!?! :laughing6
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Old 03-28-2007, 05:11 PM   #34
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People always race me when I'm in my stock car.....


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whats worse is the feeling of when your topped out and a harris county sheriff pulls up BESIDE you :laughing6
I know of a guy in Hawaii who had that happen. He was on a 916 at about 3 AM. The cop pulled up along side and told him to pull over on the loud speaker.

Cops in Hawaii get to buy and modify their cars and the State gives them some money, not sure how much, instead of a patrol car. There are a lot of bad @ss cobras and camaro ss' out there, far from stock.
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I know of a guy in Hawaii who had that happen. He was on a 916 at about 3 AM. The cop pulled up along side and told him to pull over on the loud speaker.

Cops in Hawaii get to buy and modify their cars and the State gives them some money, not sure how much, instead of a patrol car. There are a lot of bad @ss cobras and camaro ss' out there, far from stock.
Haha I saw some of those. I got a pic of a Cop in a S/C'd Cobra!
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holy man you have me laughing out loud now..

The cop was even laughing when i told him i was topped out :laughing6
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A stock Scion Tc
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When that happens to me, i like to rev my engine back, and act like i'm gonna race, then let them take off looking like idiots. I figure one day the idiot will get pulled over
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