What do you drive?

Discussion in 'Motorized Vehicles' started by BMW135i, Dec 9, 2008.

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  1. Tony

    Tony Nissan ftw!

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    Haha you're right! :p
    but I bet she would prefer a Ferrari or Porsche better :p
     
  2. Tony

    Tony Nissan ftw!

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    That's cool
     
  3. Conti027

    Conti027 Notebook Guru

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    I never said I paid 30k for mine I paid 27k and mine has custom work to it and has the upgraded head lights and a few more odds and ends.

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    its covered in snow now these are from last summer
    It needs black rims.
    but the "boxster" on the back doesn't have a "S" cause thats a custom carbon fiber one.
     
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    Conti027 Notebook Guru

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    The Commodore Notebook Consultant

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    Well, besides a turbo, what is the boost and other mods?

    Oh and you really have a bad liking to really expensive cars like the GT-R and ZR-1.

    I learned not to really care about expensive cars. 50k is sort of my cap for caring.
     
  6. Tony

    Tony Nissan ftw!

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    I don't know, the video doesn't give any info on the mods..

    those 2 cars are considered cheap for their performance.
     
  7. goodspeed(TPF)

    goodspeed(TPF) Notebook Deity

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    Here's one I like to pull out every now and again. You don't see them to often anymore so it's fun to see the younger crowd look at it and ask all sorts of questions like "Where did you get that ground effects kit from?" , or "Wow, you really did a lot of work to that." It's basically all stock '93 GMC externally except for the cowl induction hood and a 2" lower stance. Every now and again I bring out my '92 Stealth RT/TT and drive her around. Lots of fun too. My fav tho has to be my '68 1/2 Mustang GT Convertible with a 428CJ, C-6 3000RPM Stall, 9" Locker-4.56, Paxton Supercharger and a 125HP shot of Nitrous. :D I have lot's more, but these somehow bring me the most joy and excitement eventhough they may not be the quickest or fastest cars I own.
     
  8. The Commodore

    The Commodore Notebook Consultant

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    Do you have enough money to buy half of it?
     
  9. Erokitsune

    Erokitsune Notebook Consultant

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    turbo kit is usually about 3k also need new headers, injectors, intercooler intake etc etc usually a kit will come with downpipe, uppipe, turbo, coolant and oil lines.

    You still need to buy stuff to up the fuel system and intake system
     
  10. K-TRON

    K-TRON Hi, I'm Jimmy Diesel ^_^

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    maybe for your little imports, but turbo kits for rigs like mine can cost upwards of $8k, but they push over 80lb/ft of boost, so I guess its worth it.
    If I roll in 1st at 2100rpm, the turbo boost will run around 65lb/ft boost, and without the air filter I get aroun 90lb/ft boost.

    Its nice having three independent fuel pumps, you can turn them wide open and you can push as much power as you want out of the CAT

    One of these days I will get wider mm injectors and up the horsepower to around 625

    K-TRON
     
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