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Old 01-11-2008, 02:05 PM   #61
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ive done it a few times during the summer months because my is BURNING UP on that freaking highway and if a cager does say something ill tell him to shut up, i dont have AC and he does. he can sit there i got to get off this freaking highway and get moving to cool off. Im not about to pass out on the highway from the heat!
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Old 01-11-2008, 02:05 PM   #62
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When I split lanes I get up to speed, then while filtering, pull in the clutch and bounce it of the rev limiter while firmly holding the horn depressed for however long it takes to clear traffic - sometimes two or three minutes.
Also when you get to the front of traffic at a red light power brake it and trow rocks and rubber all over the cages behind you in till the light turns green
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Old 01-11-2008, 02:07 PM   #63
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I like the spark plug in the muffler mod that ignites unburned fuel out of the tail pipe in a ball of flame.

You can sit at a light and BLOW HOT FIYA!
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Old 01-11-2008, 02:10 PM   #64
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I like the spark plug in the muffler mod that ignites unburned fuel out of the tail pipe in a ball of flame.

You can sit at a light and BLOW HOT FIYA!
If you poor small pebbles into the muffler when it back fires bouncing off the limiter you can shoot the rocks at them like a machine gun

and than go YAYAYAAYAY to them
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Old 01-11-2008, 02:26 PM   #65
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I like the spark plug in the muffler mod that ignites unburned fuel out of the tail pipe in a ball of flame.

You can sit at a light and BLOW HOT FIYA!
That's actually one of my next mods....I'm sure to get people away with a nice flame.
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Old 01-11-2008, 03:13 PM   #66
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hahahah you dont remember rita very well apparently.....if theres another "RITA", im going to rent a rita machine, get a keg.....probably a moon walk too....and throw a huge party at my house!

i coulda turned on my sprinkler, farted and caused more damage!
we spent that whole weekend @ french quarter drinkin hand grenades laughing about everyone leaving town....


and as far as lane splitting goes, NOT SAFE IN TEXAS.....

to many un insurred illegals that have no idea what the "laws" are when driving.

most of em seem to think a tripple lane change is legal without a blinker to exit a freeway as long as the following applies:

youre in an 80's f250
no less than 9 psgrs., none wearing seatbelts
6 additional psgrs in the bed drinking tecate & miller light
youre lawn debris are falling at an adequate speed out of the trailer
your trailer is UN TAGGED and exceeds 22ft in length
and all this is done while driving right over a miata/smaller compact car.

Your thinking Katrina when there were like 3 spots in the French Quarters serving drinks the whole time. I'm talking Rita, about when the Media hyped it up and everyone delerious at 2 am on the roads. Staying during an evacuation would be fun for the most part if your not drowning in your attic.
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u know that bikes can pass on the shoulder if traffic is stoped
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Old 01-11-2008, 03:16 PM   #68
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Old 01-11-2008, 03:16 PM   #69
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wrong, besides being illegel, it's chicken .
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u know that bikes can pass on the shoulder if traffic is stoped
Is this true? RacerX?

If you do decide to do that, keep the speed down, long time friend of mine fcuked himself up when he was a bit overzealous and ran into the back of a Ford Focus...not a fun 9 and a half months for him...
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j-row looked it up becuz i had asked the question and in the city of houston yes passing on the shoulder in some cases is very legal
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j-row looked it up becuz i had asked the question and in the city of houston yes passing on the shoulder in some cases is very legal
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j-row looked it up becuz i had asked the question and in the city of houston yes passing on the shoulder in some cases is very legal
to get around an accident or something in the roadway, but not ride when traffics bad.
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if i knew that i would post it but i will find it ill brb
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if i knew that i would post it but since i don't know about I'll keep on showing off my lack of knowledge. Also, just letting everyone know that this frsh meat loves to pack as many cowboys in his booty hole and such as possible.... but i will find it ill brb
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