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Chamai

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Re: YOU are a MF'ing ROCK STAR
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......my cars will crap out anytime and modding cars is a money pit...

Yep, all done with modding cars myself.  I currently have a 75% completed Dodge Dakota Sport street/strip truck in my garage taking up valuable space.  It's been sitting in its current state of disrepair for about 5 years now, and I have no funds to finish it.  :facepalm: I can't even return it back to stock without spending more money than what I can spare.  No one wants to buy it in its current state, even at a huge loss for me.
So I guess I'll part it out to get what I can for all the performance stuff and junk the rest just to get my garage back.  :crazy:

luckily, im an all show no go kinda guy. until i get myself a proper car with a proper engine, it's not worth modding the engines my family cars.
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Re: YOU are a MF'ing ROCK STAR
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Here most cars have a 1.4-1.6L petrol engine and most diesels are between 1.6-2.0L.

Well, here most lawn mowers have a 1.4-1.6L petrol engine......   :lol:   ;)

Hahahahahaha  :thumb-up:

@Chamai, nice cars  :thumb-up:
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Re: YOU are a MF'ing ROCK STAR
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I forgot to mention that I own a 'poor-man's-Ferrari' (aka a motorcycle)

Started riding dirt bikes when I was 10. Kept riding all my life, I'm 51 now. Kinda never got into the reclining position on my bikes, and always wanted speedy bikes, so I transitioned from Motocross to Cafe Racers in the 80s and have been on crotch-rockets ever since.

This is Trixie, for when I want to go fast:
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Started riding dirt bikes when I was 10. Kept riding all my life, I'm 51 now. Kinda never got into the reclining position on my bikes, and always wanted speedy bikes, so I transitioned from Motocross to Cafe Racers in the 80s and have been on crotch-rockets ever since.

This is Trixie, for when I want to go fast:

Nice!  I call riding motorcycles "Wind Therapy"   :thumb-up: 

 Same here, started dirt bikes about age 12.  At age 14 I would "steal" my dad's street motorcycle ('78 Honda CB360 I think it was) and go riding when he was at work and I don't think he ever knew. lol  When he got a Honda V65 Magna, I had to stop taking his bike because I knew darn well that he would definitely know if I took his "baby" out for a joyride.  Besides, that one was waaay too much bike for a 15-16 year old!
Eventually I got my own street bikes over the years as an adult: Kawasaki 440 LTD, Suzuki GS1100, '67 Harley Davidson XLH.  Now I have a '95 Harley-Davidson FLSTF  FatBoy.   
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Re: YOU are a MF'ing ROCK STAR
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My happy little Beetle, with it's Fender audio system.  ECU, Intake and Exhaust modded, for around 300 HP.   Not a ton, but a lot for a Beetle.  Anything more would get way too expensive.

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Re: YOU are a MF'ing ROCK STAR
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Here most cars have a 1.4-1.6L petrol engine and most diesels are between 1.6-2.0L.

Well, here most lawn mowers have a 1.4-1.6L petrol engine......   :lol:   ;)

Hahahahahaha  :thumb-up:

@Chamai, nice cars  :thumb-up:

thank you sir

my car is pretty trashed though. kids spill shit all and crayon the headliner. wife scratches the bumper and curb the shit out of my wheels.. can't have nice things anymore
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Re: YOU are a MF'ing ROCK STAR
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Kim -

My dad had a Honda CB360. Orange and black. He rode it to work in the rain of Seattle.
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My happy little Beetle, with it's Fender audio system.  ECU, Intake and Exhaust modded, for around 300 HP.   Not a ton, but a lot for a Beetle.  Anything more would get way too expensive.

That's probably the nicest coolest newer Beetle I've ever seen.   :thumb-up:
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Re: YOU are a MF'ing ROCK STAR
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Wauw 300HP in a beetle  8)

Still own my Suzuki GSX600F (or a katana) from 91, but I haven't driven it for a few years now.
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Re: YOU are a MF'ing ROCK STAR
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Okay, I know I'm bumping a pretty old thread...but, it's MY thread and I'll bump it if I damn well please - haha

Just had a BandCamp (aka rehearsal) with a band I'm going to be sitting-in for this weekend. They're great folks. That's probably my only prerequisite...gotta be cool. If you're a douchebag, f*ck you.

Anyways...the singer for this band is a bit nervous. She has no reason to be. She's vivacious, cool, super friendly and just an overall good soul. Yet...like alot of us (myself included), she feels a bit uneasy among strangers. No worries. She's a MF'ing ROCK STAR. Bar none. She's amazing. Great voice...incredible stage presence. She just can't talk to everyone without feeling uneasy. Dang girl. You got it goin' on,, and YOU have a fear? Wow.

Just making a point here...chances are, YOU are way cooler than you think. Don't let it go to your head, nobody's THAT cool - haha - but seriously, just be YOU and you'll be cooler than the other side of the pillow. She sure is, and she has no idea.
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Re: YOU are a MF'ing ROCK STAR
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My mum says I'm cool. So with you,  that's two people who think I'm cool. Thanks, man.  :thumb-up:
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Well Mike, I'll make it 3 that think you're cool  :thumb-up: And a great friend  :metal: .
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Re: YOU are a MF'ing ROCK STAR
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So you mean... I'm a MFKG rock star? Weally??  :dunno:
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yup
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