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#1 (permalink) Old 04-16-2005, 08:17 PM
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ok so i was coming back from work, which is a 45 minute drive, and a mountain pass thats about 10 miles or so. There is a little traffic on the road but thats just normal. So i pass him on a passing lane and he follows passing another car to get behind me. Of course this is the general civic with euro tails and half a body kit thats flapping around with a big ass muffler that sounds like a lawn mower. But anyways...so we get going, i am just cruising and so is he, until the next passing lane, where I let loose to pass three cars. Everytime i pass cars i go to the inside to see if he can pass me. He tries on 4 different passing lanes...never passes me...lol his exhaust sounds like hes in a fucking lawn mower with alot of horses...but he cant pass me. I out handle him every corner(well i pull away from him at least)

Yea well what ever it was fun.

On the last passing lane, which is a straight with some s turns after, I downshift to second after a 20mph turn and gun it, he tries to follow but gets owned like none other.

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Nice story! way to keep the BMW pride strong!

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good job
gotta keep thoes lil civics from passing us.
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