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HeroForADay

Member Since 20 Oct 2008
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In Topic: Canadian Ballers Club V.3 - We have horse heads

11 June 2014 - 07:49 PM

She dooooooooooooooooo

In Topic: The car thread

17 May 2014 - 01:29 PM

Sup guys, saying hello from my training program.

A lot of "sealed" transmissions these days use a simple high temp silicone gasket anyways. Pretty easy to crack open, just like I had to do with my buddy's Mazda before I left. Lol

In Topic: The car thread

21 March 2014 - 03:19 AM

 

Good thing the euro trash" and try harders scene has moved to Audi. People are finally over BMW, which means more parts for me! :D

I always enjoy a wider body on my sports cars, I just hate the look of vehicles that are slab sided, needs some more curvature and flare at the wheels for sure. I'll always have a fondness for BMW, family works for them, it's what I learned how to drive in, and the first car I took around a track - that being the Ring. 

Not over here they aren't. Audi had it worse before but now they've moved to BMW.
Putting "M-tech" badges on their shitty E36 318 with chopped springs and a huge spoiler and body kit.

 

Here it's Audi and VW for sure for Euro. same ol' same ol for all the American crap. 

Everytime I go back to Germany its still Audi/VW and older Porsche now, especially the 964 and 993 series 911's. I never saw too many 924/944/968's because all the guys who thought they could drive always wrapped them around a pole on the street, or crashed out doing whatever amateur racing they were involved in - made it easy to chop parts though. People have gotten over BMW in my opinion, I noticed a downwards trend probably from 2010 onwards and VAG has taken over as pop culture has taken to VAG these days. If you wanted to take stereotypical arguments about the people who gravitate towards certain brands in a negative way, I could bury you in shit about Porsche despite them being my second favorite auto company. 


In Topic: The car thread

21 March 2014 - 02:22 AM

Good thing the euro trash" and try harders scene has moved to Audi. People are finally over BMW, which means more parts for me! :D

I always enjoy a wider body on my sports cars, I just hate the look of vehicles that are slab sided, needs some more curvature and flare at the wheels for sure. I'll always have a fondness for BMW, family works for them, it's what I learned how to drive in, and the first car I took around a track - that being the Ring. 


In Topic: The car thread

21 March 2014 - 12:53 AM

TK you ruin everything. 

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