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#1 (permalink) Old 06-26-2005, 10:30 PM
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Finally got to kill something after three months of owning the BMW. Yeah, so it was only a civic. A nice, understated one though. Still, it showed me the raw power I had at my disposal.

We pulled up to a light. I inched forward. It wasn't actually a signal, I was just impatient. He inched forward. I inched forward. Repeat about six times. It was clear we had a race on our hands.

The green light flashes, tires squeal on both cars.... And I pull about five car lengths from him before I even hit second. *blink* Sweet Jesus. This may not seem like much a feat for you others, but remember, my last car was a JDM EK civic. I was floored, much like my accelerator pedal.

I have got to find me some new friends to play with. The Japanese import scene just doesn't cut it, with a few exceptions.

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#2 (permalink) Old 06-27-2005, 10:05 AM
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ha ha nice
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And the realization is only half there... Try pushing your car through twisties, and you'll really fall in love gj.


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5 car lengths befor seckond gear is BS. $hit my first gear is only about 5 lengths.
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5 car lengths befor seckond gear is BS. $hit my first gear is only about 5 lengths.
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It is probably an exaggeration but sometimes it feels that way, doesn't it? Anyway, it sounds like to me he probably got the better start anyway...
Although... if you (Kionon) want to keep doing this, keep in mind you'll be needing some rear tires right quick. Heh. My car eats tires.


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