Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by NOVAJock, Sep 20, 2007.
Yep. That's a Corvette alright.
What makes this one "super", again?
600-650hp variation of the ls3
And suspension tweaks to put that power to the pavement.
ceramic brakes too
lots of carbon fiber
trooooollllllllllllll troooooooooolllllllllllllllllllll trooooooooooooooollllllllllllllllllllllllll your boat....
So...fancier equipment. Okay.
And YKM...shut the fuck up. I may piss people off, but your posts are uniformly less contributive (real word? I dunno...) than mine are. And since you've lately made it your mission to drive me nuts and make me leave...why...that makes you the troll, doesn't it?
Can't wait to see the first youtube idiot blow their super vette up with NAAWWSS.
shut your cockholster faggot
Look, deus has some crazy ideas, and he's wrong about half the time, but he's not trolling EVERY time he posts. You, on the other hand, are trolling every time you post this stupid shit following every one of his posts, even the reasonable ones.
Now, it's fine to argue with him when he's wrong (and he does give us plenty of opportunities) but if YOU want to appear credible it makes sense to give him credit when he is right (and even when he's wrong, but he is able to defend his position with logic.) You don't seem able to do that. That makes you look like an idiot, and is damages any credibility you may possibly have.
yes, I'm sure that he has NEVER at anytime in the past, what, year heard of the "super vette" blue devil, zr1......
Maybe not, there's lots he doesn't understand. But that's why people were telling him about it. He hasn't said anything bad about it (yet.)
Dude just asked what was super about a 650 hp Vette. I know it makes his 150 hp VW that much shittier, but he shouldn't pretend like it's not an incredible machine.
The issue here is more that YKM just seems to follow him around accusing him of trolling at the same time he trolls with nothing more than a fusillade of swearing. Now, don't get me wrong, I like swearing, I've done it for a long time, and I do it often. It's just that when every post is nothing but mindless cursing and nonsensical insults it kind of makes that person look daft.
Cliffs: Don't troll against others' perceived trolling. Don't sound like an idiot.
I'm not "following him around". I didn't even know he posted in this thread till I opened it and saw him. I happen to like vettes, so what are the odds I'd open a corvette thread?
What were the odds that upon opening a vette thread and finding he had posted you would make some stupid comment? Extremely Likely.
What What were the odds that upon opening a vette thread and finding he had posted you would make an intelligent comment about the thread and ignore him? Apparently Zero.
If you like vettes why not talk about vettes in a vette thred rather than just saying a bunch of mindless shit that has nothing to do with vettes just because you don't like someone else who posted in the thread.
thats pretty hot
Have I given you any reason to suspect I'm secretly a Corvette fanatic? I have no idea what any of that shit is. All I know is it's the only American sports car I'd consider buying, except maybe the Saturn Sky, and that's in a totally different ballpark.
Short response: can it, shetbag.
I don't know how many horsepower a regular Vette has.
I didn't say it wasn't impressive. I asked what made it better than normal.
400 hp LS2
450 hp ls3
505 hp ls7
Ah. Well, 150hp extra is nothing to sneeze at. I just hope it only burns extra gas at full throttle, and not all the time.
BTW, my Passat has 220hp now. Nothing an ECU upgrade, manual boost controller, and minor intake mods couldn't accomplish.
Its a high horsepower sports car that gets almost 30mpg on the highway. It can suck as much fuel as it wants at 650hp
Its been a while since I've ridden in my buddies C5 z06, I can't comprehend how fast this car is going to be
the magical fairies that tickle your bawls everytime you step on the throttle....
Like I said, so long as it's civil in city traffic, I'm fine with it. Nobody does burnouts often enough to eat into their overall gas mileage.