Went out for milk, came in with a headache :hs: *pics*

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  1. dan

    dan New Member

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    [:mamoru: just kidding!]


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  2. dwarfcat

    dwarfcat COLTS FTMFW

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    I like that blue
     
  3. BobbyT

    BobbyT I love farting. OT Supporter

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    Headache? Looks like you came back with a piece of shit.
     
  4. WhiskyDent

    WhiskyDent Je l'ai fait tout pour le lols

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    get some grass seed, nga.
     
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    crank walk the whip
     
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  8. CyberEye

    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    looks clean

    Stock exhaust, any mods?

    It better fucking be a tsi awd
     
  9. CyberEye

    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    :werd: it's nice.

    Should paint the roof to match
     
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    No, you weren't kidding.
     
  11. poostik

    poostik member

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    is that your house or your parents' ?
     
  12. CyberEye

    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    95 or 96?
     
  13. dan

    dan New Member

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    95, my parents house.. im 18.. and it was just rebuilt.. has 235 miles on it and is running like a fucking champ.. we also took apart the tranny and checked everything out and it has double synchros 2nd.. it's all stock for the first 500 miles on the rebuilt.. then i'm going to lightly mod it, uicp w/1g bov, dp, exhaust. also has a 14b on it now (ported) and a ACT 2600 , just put both in.
     
  14. CyberEye

    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    2600 is way to heavy if your going to stick with the 14b.
     
  15. blackgrrl23

    blackgrrl23 If the game ain't money, then I ain't playing.

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    I'll trade you for my focus :x:
     
  16. dan

    dan New Member

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    we changed the clutch lines to stainless steel.. it isn't that hard at all. definetly easy to live with. also did the skateboard bearing mod :noes: definetly does not shift like a DSM (sloppy)
     
  17. CyberEye

    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    changing the clutch lines doesn't mean that that clutch is way too fucking heavy for how much power you're going to be making.
     
  18. dan

    dan New Member

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    it reduces how hard it is to operate, and it operates fine, might as well go baller now with the clutch then regret it later on.
     
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    CussCuss New Member

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    dude, someone closed your bonnet with something on the engine......















    :)
     
  20. CyberEye

    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    :ugh:
    Well when you toast your tranny or the nice new motor walks on you, you'll regret it. 2100 would be more than enough for anything you'll probably ever do to that car.
     
  21. CyberEye

    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    It's not a tuma
     
  22. BROKE

    BROKE Mr. Selfdestruct

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    you should have got the milk instead.
     
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    You went out for milk and came home with a chicks car?
     
  24. ROcHE

    ROcHE .

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    :rofl:
     
  25. L7

    L7 Mr Negativity

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    Rebuilt with or without the balance shafts?
     

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