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How would you like to suck my balls Mr.Garrison? by Eric Cartman - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 16:45:58 EST ID:gZRU0dvG No.35028 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Cheapest possible way to leave the us and go to a reasonably liveable country (not Mexico lol)
Bhutan interests me because it is no extradition, mostly forest, and buddhist
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Oliver Surringmadge - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 19:33:38 EST ID:FnfHbBxu No.35036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hijack an airliner. make sure to wear a disguise though.
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Priscilla Turveyworth - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 21:08:18 EST ID:gZRU0dvG No.35037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35033
How bad would it be trying to walk through mexico to get to a better south american country?
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Cornelius Wagglebit - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 04:52:34 EST ID:ueApcpbO No.35038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35033
>going to Europe
>current situation
m8 youll be thrown into a camp right off the boat.
/european
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Walter Nickleford - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 11:20:26 EST ID:3SZXctIy No.35039 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35037
Not hard if you speak spanish.

>>35038
Yeah, sure he would.
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Nigel Bublingmidge - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 22:52:32 EST ID:gZRU0dvG No.35043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35038
>youll be thrown into a camp right off the boat


cool stuff in Virginia/WV/MD? by Cornelius Perrybanks - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 00:25:52 EST ID:wZSinewo No.34947 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Dear 420chan,

So I'm graduating from an MA program in DC in May and my parents are coming to town for four days. We used to live in Montgomery County, MD back in the early 2000s before they moved away (and they worked in DC) so they've seen everything in those areas. What are some cool places outside of DC (other than Luray Caverns, Dulles annex for Air/Space, Baltimore Aquarium, Bull Runs Battlefiend) that I can drag them too? Never been to Antietam. I have a car so anything within a 100mi radius is doable.

Best regards,

Special Mongoose
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Hugh Nedgebore - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 14:24:19 EST ID:C77gzDit No.34958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34947
Head down to Mountain Lake, or Dragons Tooth and Mcaffes Knob for good hiking. Or the Cascades.

Virginia Beach for Summer stuff

Manassass and Alexandria are shit stay away from those areas

Go south

The Cascades man. Go swim in a waterfall after a long pretty hike

Or drive the Blue Ridge Pkwy
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 18:15:01 EST ID:R5Blh0CN No.34959 Report Quick Reply
I've lived in the area for a long time so I can certainly give you some places to go. Some suggestions off the top of my head would be Mount Vernon, Harper's Ferry, Great Falls Park, Riverbend Park and Six Flags America.
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GrapyMilksGripe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 20:08:10 EST ID:t93qmPqg No.35021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Catoctin Mountain Park. It's not as steep as the central Appalachians but there's nice hiking and scenic farm country nearby. You can also drive up to the Camp David entrance road, but don't go in!


More Power? by Charles Clallerridge - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 14:15:15 EST ID:U9cuCpkI No.35007 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So got a Ranger '02 4.0L, 5 speed auto, 4.10 output, 4x4

Had it for a little while, and I'm happy enough with it. I don't do much heavy hauling, and very little highway. But I wouldn't mind a little more low end torque for the rare heavier load(several hundred+ lbs), and maybe even a little better highway performance for passing.
You could just say get a bigger truck, but that'd defeat the whole point of seeking out a smaller truck, which is that it's a big pain to park bigger trucks around here. If I lived in the sticks I'd get some big ol' 3500 Diesel, but I don't so not really a viable option. Nor do I do rigging for a living.

e-fan - Outside of very specific tunes, doesn't seem to be remotely worth it. Plus the stock fan is rather light weight and balanced.

aluminum rims - I wouldn't mind aluminum in the front, but I don't want to reduce the rear weight on such a light truck. There's already to little traction in the rear in certain conditions. Two that'd make rotation impossible. And third I'm not sure there'd be much benefit since 50% of the weight is below the drive line, so I wouldn't be loosing very much of the carried weight.

Airfilter - The main bottle neck I'm seeing is before the airfilter, the inlet hole is smaller than the throttle body hole. I'm thinking of adding a second inlet hole to reduce that bottle neck. While remembering to add splash guards and large debris filters. The only other issue would be the big ridges in the ductline don't facilitate a laminar flow pre-throttle body, but I can't image that would matter outside of an application where you're not doing a 1/4 mile.

Tuner chip - Not sure at what point you'd want one to tune. Like how far into mods do you got to be to justify one? Thinking of one for correcting the speedo, or maybe for setting up a towing mode.

Porting and matching - This seems easy enough to do. I've done enough precision hand work that it seems more than feasible. Main problem is getting the motivation to take everything off and out. Might price around, and see how much and how long it would take to get done.
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Beaches and drinking by Edward Bardshaw - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 09:23:16 EST ID:FYHHOj/Y No.34823 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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In what kind of place can I find nice beaches and some night life in the same place?
I suspect there are places in southern Europe but I'd like to travel in March so it would be best with some more tropical place.
I am open to travelling anywhere but I just don't know where I'd find that.
A cheap place would be best and while this might seem like I'm asking for a lot, there are a lot of cheap countries around the world, there must be many places like what I'm looking for.
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Edwin Pockham - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 10:36:18 EST ID:xp8UkASN No.34975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34973
If it ever becomes possible for me to move there it would at least take several years until then.
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Beatrice Fennerfield - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 13:19:12 EST ID:y73z94rb No.34976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34975
several years can go by pretty quick

not that I endorse this idea necessarily
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Phyllis Snodworth - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 17:01:28 EST ID:FYHHOj/Y No.34977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34976
When my life is empty and I just work or do drugs in my moms basement it goes by pretty slowly.
It can take pretty many years too and there's a big risk I'll never be able to move.
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Isabella Shittingspear - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 14:28:43 EST ID:H6tXKfFU No.34984 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34977
Sounds like you have some other issues to sort out first.
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Martin Masslewill - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 14:44:12 EST ID:GNqccfAe No.34985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34984
Yeah if it was possible. No one else is going to come rescue me and I don't have the ability to put enough effort into improving stuff.
I'm kinda fine for the moment, though.


Euro Sport Car General by Cedric Hedgeway - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 17:59:03 EST ID:c0mC/GHP No.34724 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Im really biased towards the BMW's.

I was told by my mechanic (thats worked on porche/bimmer/merc) for over 30 years that the ///M only stands for "///More ///Money" and I would be better off getting a 5 series or a 7 series.

Thoughts?

Right now I have a 335i that kicks ass.

Also, if you drive automatic I will disregard your opinion, that is all.
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David Snodridge - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 00:58:24 EST ID:c0mC/GHP No.34813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34789
I wasnt pretending to be other people, I was on a phone
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Thomas Crettingworth - Mon, 27 Feb 2017 08:48:10 EST ID:VarCNJOB No.34905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had a 1992 525i. I drove it for 25k hard miles. I got it at 195k. I could of been nice to it but I wanted an entry level car to try to drift. There's a farm parking lot that is a good spot to break your car but not wreck it.
>>34758
You can't drive the car the same. Civics are forever known to be the daily. The Bimmer is a great daily if you treat it like a 1 litter fwd. It's not though.
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Basil Tootshaw - Mon, 27 Feb 2017 11:39:58 EST ID:ueApcpbO No.34906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34813
why cant anyone understand what they are reading on this fucking board? i was defending you
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Eugene Blackdale - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 13:51:41 EST ID:6QimkP0c No.34916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34906
I was on a phone.
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Thomas Femmleham - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 20:44:42 EST ID:hM9/0dEb No.34941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Drugs


Outlaw Biker Lifestyle by Seth Smith - Sat, 04 Mar 2017 12:49:46 EST ID:70Ybgb7U No.34920 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It looks like jolly good fun, riding hard. Being a nomad. Living out of seedy motels across state lines.
Aside from pushing Meth and getting on a Motorcycle, how does one get into this lifestyle?
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Henry Shakeford - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:39:19 EST ID:4Z2GiQLx No.34933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bikers are clicky assholes. Iwas a "hang around" or a friend of the club. I sold weed to a friend who happened to be in the Outlaws. Nice guy, but rough as shit. I went out drinking with some of the other bikers a few times but when asked if I wanted to join as a prospect I said fuck no, after watching how shit they treat there prospects.

Then the day I was threatened at knife point waving this big ass bowie knife for selling weed on their turf without paying their "tax". After the same buddy bought a bag from me at there club house. Even after paying they still stronger armed me pressing the same blade into my throat forcing me to give up all my cash as a form of donation to the club for being stupid. But it didnt end there, they still best the shit out of me begore throwing me out the door. I have never gone back nor do I sell to any bikers anymore.
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Basil Turveycocke - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 19:17:22 EST ID:ufuZJ6qh No.34934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34933
sampling bias

you'd think they could just fuck your butt or something, jeez
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Fucking Babblehug - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 23:10:18 EST ID:XAgN2Xc3 No.34938 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Cool in the 60's when it was all acid and choppers. Now it's stupid old man bikes and fat dudes in skull bandanas.
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Eliza Chazzlecocke - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 14:45:41 EST ID:FKdB6Fcb No.34939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34938
Choppers remove all the fun in riding a bike.
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Caroline Savingditch - Sat, 06 May 2017 11:09:54 EST ID:pD+Jw6Wd No.35105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34939
Can't scratch your nuts on a sport bike, that's why they're all in a hurry.

Used to own a cruiser, sportster now. nb


Bought a car and worried for the summer by Rebecca Waddleford - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 03:44:35 EST ID:0bhTECx+ No.34828 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just bought my dream car and it's winter right now so it's just chilling in my garage. I've never had a nice car before and I'm worried about what I'm gonna do when I go out this summer. Does anyone ever or has anyone ever fucked with your car for no reason? Like can you just park it in a mall parking lot and not worry about it getting keyed or stolen? Pic related it's my new money pit/project
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Sidney Subblestot - Sat, 04 Mar 2017 14:03:21 EST ID:O7soIEkS No.34923 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34922
Non car guy retards will think its an mx5, ive never even heard of anyone mistaking it for one either. People who know its history and know what it can do on the nurburgring will appreciate it more, shigeru is a genius too. I never said anything about the cover protecting it from thieves, i only took that pic before putting it inside the same hour i bought it. I have a garage, as seen right behind it. I don't let it sit in the cold or the rain
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John Wushture - Sat, 04 Mar 2017 16:27:34 EST ID:lZCWsE29 No.34924 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>get a garage bruh

>car is parked in front of garage with car cover on

that was amusing
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Martha Bannerchore - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 00:53:05 EST ID:7fzdkMZI No.34929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34912

Actually, yes. Here in the U.S. people are used to large displacement, slow engines that rev low. They're made for smoothness and comfort, mainly. So your average person will just assume that's how all engines work.
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Caroline Broddlefuck - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 10:12:30 EST ID:ueApcpbO No.34930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34929
here in Europe diesel compact cars are very popular (1.9litre etc diesel engines in Ford Focus etc) so they're the equivalent of the tourqey V8s of the US (we have none of those because fuel is expensive). People who are used to diesels underrev petrol engines, people used to petrol overrev diesels.
I think a fair conclusion would be that people are just retarded when it comes to mechanical technology.
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Emma Pissleman - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 19:39:30 EST ID:4W3lWU46 No.34931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34930
seems to depend on the cars people learned on definitely. I've driven lots of cars and can operate most so that's good I guess.


Here's a little something by Henry Trotlock - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 23:14:20 EST ID:PuGfKP6J No.34833 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello friends.
This is my car. Well, this WAS my car. Let me explain.
I'm 24 and this was my first car. I always admired VW seeing that my dad owns a '73 Karmann Ghia and my older sis owned a Jetta and a Passat. The GTI was everything I wanted in a car. Sporty, slick, and fun as heck. I was a stoner bub for a long time and never gained the motivation to purchase a car until 2 months ago. I had money, I quit smoking, and I was really ready to start car shopping. GTi and R32 was what I really wanted and one day *bam* this limited edition GTI Fahrenheit showed up. After like a week of getting all the crap I needed to get a car loan, I did it, I purchased my first car. I was finally happy, I was free. No more feeling like a doormat. No more feeling like I was the scum of the earth. My family was so proud of me. People noticed me, and it felt good. I took it around downtown a few times just to show of it's beauty. I was so happy, I can't emphasize this enough. Until one night. One night I was enjoying my daily hookah bowl at my pop's with some hot sake. I polished the bottle and got really hungry, as you would when you get tipsy. So I gave in to my Panda Express addictio cruised down to my favorite spot. After dat dank orange chicken and noodles, I got a reckless idea. "Hey, let's practice some drifting in this parking lot lololol." I drifted. I don't care if it's far, I was drifting like a madman. Then security showed up and I noped right the F outta there. I was blasting on my horn going around 6 people who where waiting at a stop sign and I got away, laughing all the way. It was the best feeling, but as you all know there are no clean getaways. I was about 5 blocks away when I made yet another horrible decision. I went back. I went back to that packing lot just to mess with the security. I was about to pull in the back entrance to the lot when I realized, as was turning, I was going 50. I slammed on my brakes and my vision went to blur and ended up crashing into a tree head on, totaling my first car. I stepped out, not fully realizing in my drunken stupor what just happened. The cops showed up no more than a minute after some people stopped by and asked if I was OK. I w…
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Charlotte Gonderdone - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 10:35:52 EST ID:ueApcpbO No.34856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34855
I think you're making a lot of assumptions for no reason, and trying to make up stereotypes. It's a fucking VW Golf. You know how many people have VW Golfs? VW means VolksWagen=People's car. It's not a BMW M5. it's a fucking golf
All that we can talk about here is young people are fucking stupid and tend to drink and drive and this is how it ends. This has nothing to do with what kind of car you own.
It's certainly a safer and overall objectively better, more advanced vehicle than Mustangs or any american make of the same era. So I don't see what's stigma about owning a Golf? Being a retard is the problem, not the car you drive. I've seen douchebags in Altimas who thought they were top shit and nice people in lifted trucks. So you can't just generalize like that, it makes no sense
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Basil Bicklenire - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 18:48:00 EST ID:6QimkP0c No.34858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34855
>>Meanwhile Short-Cock Willie in his 9ft tall 1500 with a stock engine but he got dem LOUD PIPES BOOOII! That faggot is redlining at 60mph and is about to run me over. He can't pass because his 50" tires are soaking up all the power coming out of his stock V8. BUT THEM LOUD PIPES YEEHAW!

Oh man, don't remind me. Spring is coming up soon, which means that retarded assholes on their Harley Davidson garbage with straight pipes will be blowing off everyone's ears.
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Archie Cozzlehall - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 23:20:03 EST ID:KmVg1xYu No.34860 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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hey maybe op had a good time driving that car like it was his last so it's not such a big deal he had to crash that honda baby
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David Dribblewater - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 19:16:10 EST ID:DT61jxM/ No.34895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I got drunk and crashed my car while engaging in blatant faggotry

>Everything you love can be taken away in an instant.

Damn OP, sucks you weren't jailed, crippled, or fined thousands of dollars. Hope you never drive again you spoiled piece of shit. "Everything you love" fucking LOL.
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Nell Dangerspear - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 20:03:28 EST ID:7fzdkMZI No.34903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34833

Sounds like OP got what he deserved. I guess you could call it... CARMA!

I honestly feel bad for the car for being ended by such an idiot. It was an innocent, well engineered machine. And YOU killed it, OP.


W211 Supercharged E55 AMG by INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 21:14:56 EST ID:pvFL2Y5B No.34795 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I finally got myself something fun to drive. I scared the hell out of myself 5 or 6 times on the way home the day that I got it.
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Charlotte Gonderdone - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 21:17:05 EST ID:ueApcpbO No.34848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34846
Nice car bro. Im not even a fan, i had 2 4banger BMWs but all i basically feel is, I want that shit and see no reason not to want it.
Like when I see some other fast cars, I always immediately see a reason why I wouldn't really want them IRL, too revvy engine, too small size, etc but this Benz is the perfect car tbh.
Don't tell me anything negative about it if you've experienced any, it's just awesome.
It's a shame these mercs are now owned by Ghetto Jamals.
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Hamilton Greenridge - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 00:35:43 EST ID:CFr7pRhc No.34851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34846
shiny armor all everywhere
those are some sweet gauges and an overall sweet ride
comfort, power and prestige
what more could you ask for
gotta love the depreciation of old mercs as well
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James Benkinlidge - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 23:36:39 EST ID:c0mC/GHP No.34862 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34846
Ive been told first gear in that whines like an irish housewife

nothing bad, just the build
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 01:25:03 EST ID:pvFL2Y5B No.34865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34862

They start out in 2nd gear unless you get way into it from a stop, Mercs have always been like that since forever. You don't hear the supercharger hardly at all unless you do a full intake system on it, they have so many baffles and air chambers to get rid of the screaming sound, you can hear some of them on Youtube videos.
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 01:39:09 EST ID:pvFL2Y5B No.34866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also the gearing and final drive/ring and pinion ratio on this is as tall as 5th and 6th gears on an F body or Corvette. First gear tops out redlining at 7 grand right around 48-50mph, 2nd shifts at 75ish, 3rd is 105, I don't have enough balls to find the top end of 4th and 5th on public roads around here, but it's electronically limited at 155mph (google "gentlemen's agreement") They say it's like hitting a wall almost at 155 because it's still buttering on the power jumping about 10-15mph each second even at that speed, then it cuts out at the limiter. Thankfully the limiter is software only and is easily removed, I have no doubt in my mind that this is capable of sweeping past 200mph, I just can't figure out where I could do that anywhere nearby besides a track or something.


Thailand by Doris Drerringwell - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 16:57:43 EST ID:FYHHOj/Y No.34537 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Where in Thailand can I have both a really nice beach and a decent nightlife within walking distance?
Is there such a place?

I would also consider other countries if it's better somewhere else and I could put up with a half-decent beach if there are really dank beaches nearby I could travel to cheaply.
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Edwin Ferringsteg - Thu, 01 Dec 2016 11:56:21 EST ID:FYHHOj/Y No.34564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34561

I'll be pretty drunk and then it's not uncommon that I can get into conversations but I am pretty bad socially. I'm 25, kissless, handholdless virgin, live in my moms basement and have 0 friends. That's why I have to travel alone.

I'll be taking it easy a lot of time and be with hookers so I don't have to have people to talk to all the time.
Is it safe to be a lone guy partying in the carribean?

If I want a really, really good beach I'll probably have to travel away from the city I party in and I'll probably go on a few trips with tuk tuk or longtail (if in Thailand) but I'd like to find as good of a beach as possible where there's still bars.
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David Chellerwill - Thu, 01 Dec 2016 13:48:37 EST ID:3k8Fuv6c No.34565 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34564
Most great beaches generally are reserved for rich old people. Doesn't bode well for a nearby party scene. I think what your asking for is somewhat mutually exclusive. Caribbean has nice beaches though, not sure about the rest of jt
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David Pengerfeg - Fri, 02 Dec 2016 05:02:58 EST ID:FYHHOj/Y No.34566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34565
I've been to a lot of really good beaches and they're accesible and such, they just aren't in the same cities as the night clubs. There are small towns with plenty of tourism with good beaches but those are the towns with family hotels.
I don't know how good of a beach I can find where there's still night life.
I'm not asking for the most amazing beaches, just pretty good ones. If there were really good ones nearby I could take a tuk tuk.
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Cornelius Sishpudge - Fri, 02 Dec 2016 08:39:29 EST ID:9QGW4ycq No.34567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34566
Go hit up thaivisa forums, they could probably help you better
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Beatrice Ponningdick - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 08:06:48 EST ID:FYHHOj/Y No.34799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's almost time for my vacation now (if it gets approved by my employer).
I was open to going to any place in the world but didn't know what would be good.
Is there any other warm and safe country where I can have some nightlife in the same town as a very good beach?


I'm Gonna Do It by George Smallhall - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 12:33:04 EST ID:MOamb9yK No.34790 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've lived 1/4 of my life as an expat almost half way around the world without stepping foot back into the Western world (best period of my life actually) but I have gotten both bored and too comfortable. So, I am going to move to Nepal, I know very little about the place apart from Buddhism which I semi follow and the usual stuff, mountain etc.
I plan on moving to Pokhara and lets see how things go. I knew nothing about Asia when I first moved there and I survived, so why not survive again on round #2...
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Henry Blannerville - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 19:16:44 EST ID:qq9fKA5q No.34791 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34790
how are you funding this? please be clear and don't leave out some crucial part like that inheritance you got or whatever

question 2--why are you not sailing the world?
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Fuck Hendlematch - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 18:00:41 EST ID:DT61jxM/ No.34794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what countries have you live in?


best 80s 90s sportscars and ricers. by Betsy Brisslebark - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 03:12:25 EST ID:G/Qp/BDp No.34691 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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post any and all 80s and 90s cars that go fast. From pro race built to D class street stars.
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Angus Hemmlesark - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 18:53:54 EST ID:yrvoVkTq No.34731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34730

One more.
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Basil Grandwill - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 10:35:47 EST ID:G/Qp/BDp No.34745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34723
I saw one for 16k.

As for the over hype on the Trueno, it's a really good trainer car, capable of grip and drift style with a simple setup change. Most racers these days are spoiled with the assists but the old rides don't carry such bullshit.

I like these hatch back styles back then. My first car war an 88golf mk2. It had mad agility and 1st gear took you to 40. Recently found out I was supposed to get an FD RX7 but it got ruined in a flood a long long time ago before I could drive.
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KretaAyer - Sat, 28 Jan 2017 05:16:04 EST ID:oUmvcaRr No.34759 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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MX5 for me.
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Henry Seffingspear - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 00:17:44 EST ID:G/Qp/BDp No.34775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34759
More mazdas get road raced every day. Have an FD3S RX7
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Lillian Chendlefore - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 04:33:06 EST ID:snNJeC6j No.34793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34731
Detomaso
Pantera
I think anyways


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