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#1 (permalink) Old 03-29-2005, 12:30 PM
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I know about as much about jap cars as I do under water basket weaving, so i'm not quite sure what this car was. As far as i can tell it was a extra from the set of Fast and Furious. It was bright orange, gunmetal wheels, lowered, nice body kit, wing. racing seats all the lights and dvd players and shit. Plus the hood was see through. So I mean i have to admit the car did look kidna cool, i wouldn't drive it, but he had some money in it. Any how i'm at a car lot looking for a car for my friend and these to guys pull up and said nice m3, you selling it. Which first of i drive a 325is. And then they still asked if I would sell it, but i just said nah. then he asked if i wanted to race for money, i should have said yes. So we race for fun any way, from a roll, i take him from the start and pull more and more in each gear, mind you i ran a 14.5 this spring. And finished in 3rd, cause thats right where the quarter mile is done for me, about 5-7 cars ahead of him. we pulled in then he said man that v8 really goes, i said nope its not a v8 and then hes like oh yeah thats just the m3, and again i corrected him. But he was a nice guy, his friend said hes going to call me he wants to race me with is, (random numbers) car, i can't remember what he said. So hes going to call me when hes ready to lose i guess, I'll post that when it happends. Then we left he pulled out before me flooring it and I passed him again. haha

btw he had, exhaust, vtec, cold air, chip, and it was manual.

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excelent race man ! way to show that ricer whats up! and thats cool of u that u can respect time energy and money on any car. good luck with the next one!

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Wow, a ricer with respect? Although all the wrong facts. It's harsh to know that there are those who consider every car an m3 and thus lose respect for the beauty that it is. No disrespecting other BMW's... I guess just like how this guy found out the hard way.


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lol i agree with u 4evr but its kinda fitting .... i mean BlackonBlack couldnt tell the ricer and the ricer could tell the BMW lol so it worked out hell for all Black knew he could have been goin up against a supra u know? but as i said before nice kill and im glad to see u can be respectful of ppls hard work even if u dont agree with it

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lol i agree with u 4evr but its kinda fitting .... i mean BlackonBlack couldnt tell the ricer and the ricer could tell the BMW lol so it worked out hell for all Black knew he could have been goin up against a supra u know? but as i said before nice kill and im glad to see u can be respectful of ppls hard work even if u dont agree with it

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yeah i have no idea what the fuck that thing was

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Well if he had vtec, it wasn't a Supra.

Probably a Civic, or and accord. The only Integra with a vtec would have kept up better.

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Not to sound dumb (by proclaiming that, it's already too late), but what makes an engine V-Tec? I know what makes something ///m Powered, but what is special about the V-tec? I know Honda makes some magnificent engines, so I would just like to know. I am apologizing in advance for hijacking.


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Not to sound dumb (by proclaiming that, it's already too late), but what makes an engine V-Tec? I know what makes something ///m Powered, but what is special about the V-tec? I know Honda makes some magnificent engines, so I would just like to know. I am apologizing in advance for hijacking.
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Im not an authority on it so correct me if im wrong but i believe V tech is variable timeing technology, basicly what it does is its a computer sytem that changes fuel and timein of the engine for better speed and power.

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You mean like VANOS, or something more/less complicated?


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good work my friend.

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nice race. i like beating ppl in races. good stuff.

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