What cars you fools have?

308pirate

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    just an average chevy...
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    Looks like the official vehicle of Ohio
     

    308pirate

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    I'm not much into cars any more. This does it for me. I do think that a Hondata stage 2 tune might be coming up.
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    My dream vehicle
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    VVhoisJohnGalt

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    Mid90s Toyota car 5speed with 250k still has three of the hubcaps. And 15+yr old truck with 280k.

    Dream car would be anything that I can drive for 5-10yrs with only normal maintenance like the two I drive now.

    As long as it gets me from point A to B anything will do. They are a tool and depreciation is dumb.
     

    308pirate

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    Do yourself a favor and don’t... I work on those damn things every day & they are a money pit!

    I know. Not a big deal to me. I know how to fix almost anything on them short of the electronics or the fiberglass.
     

    MtnGhost

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    Just wondering what cars you guys got and what is your dream car? We can all dream can’t we... for me dream car is e92 m3 2013 comp package
    I had the '11 E90 M3 (in LM Blue). DCT 7-speed, there's nothing like that sound of it blipping on downshift 🙌. H&R springs dropped the front 0.5" and rear 1". Never got around to supercharging, but I never made up my mind on going with VF's VF1 or the VF2 (would have needed different headers and exhaust plumbing).

    Fun car, very quick, bitch to work on for anything serious (e-star bolts in weird places), the only major known issue that I'm aware of are the crappy rod bearings that have to be replace to avoid catastrophic engine failure lol
     

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    I had the '11 E90 M3 (in LM Blue). DCT 7-speed, there's nothing like that sound of it blipping on downshift 🙌. H&R springs dropped the front 0.5" and rear 1". Never got around to supercharging, but I never made up my mind on going with VF's VF1 or the VF2 (would have needed different headers and exhaust plumbing).

    Fun car, very quick, bitch to work on for anything serious (e-star bolts in weird places), the only major known issue that I'm aware of are the crappy rod bearings that have to be replace to avoid catastrophic engine failure lol

    I did the rod bearings on my V10 M5 on jack stands in my garage as preventative maintenance at 85K. Wasn't bad at all and learned a lot about the car, but had other cars to drive, so I took my time and kept it enjoyable. Such great cars.
     

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    I had the '11 E90 M3 (in LM Blue). DCT 7-speed, there's nothing like that sound of it blipping on downshift 🙌. H&R springs dropped the front 0.5" and rear 1". Never got around to supercharging, but I never made up my mind on going with VF's VF1 or the VF2 (would have needed different headers and exhaust plumbing).

    Fun car, very quick, bitch to work on for anything serious (e-star bolts in weird places), the only major known issue that I'm aware of are the crappy rod bearings that have to be replace to avoid catastrophic engine failure lol
    You got any pics? I would like to see! And yeah the rod bearings are a bitch apparently...
     

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    Height or....girth? I’m 6’6” 210lbs, and the Dodge Challenger fit with room to spare. Truly a joy to drive, even long distances without sore knees.
    Grey Challengers are my favorite. A real 'crowd pleaser.'
     

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    Midlife crisis
     

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    I never met some ones wife yet who didn't know how to shift a manual ........
     
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    Saturday. Making progress... Now that we have a baseline we can turn it up and see how deep into the 5's we can get.

    HoOdRaT:

    332 cubic inch LS2 platform
    Whipple 8.3 Liter Supercharger
    Alky Digger water to air intercooler (We "burn" 7lbs of ice per pass, lol!)
    All the Methanol...

    This run was a peasantry 25lbs of boost. Now we throw the onion at it.

     

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    Saturday. Making progress... Now that we have a baseline we can turn it up and see how deep into the 5's we can get.

    HoOdRaT:

    332 cubic inch LS2 platform
    Whipple 8.3 Liter Supercharger
    Alky Digger water to air intercooler (We "burn" 7lbs of ice per pass, lol!)
    All the Methanol...

    This run was a peasantry 25lbs of boost. Now we throw the onion at it.

    FUCK YEAH!!!!!