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Old 11-05-2012, 04:58 PM   #6837
Rampager2000
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Join Date: Apr 2012
Chapter/Region: TXIC
Location: Lufkin, TX
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2005 Saab 92x
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Just pointing out many people driving corvettes have the money they can drop the car off at some shop, ask them to have fun with it and drive it off that lot.

I can't tell you every little part in my car. I know I have a TD-04 from factory and want a Blouch 20G, or a TD05, as where I want to be.

The amount of people on here that get a kick out of people not knowing every inch of their car, or not knowing exactly the difference between a WRX and STi (when they don't drive one) is appalling.

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Originally Posted by drewvdw View Post
What I'm saying is you're both right you ****ing moron. When HE was talking about classic, HE meant stock or near stock, that is afterall what classic means; old and original. Are they cheap now? **** no, but guess what, they weren't always this expensive. I know the engines, when properly modified, will perform very well; but what engine won't? You do the right mods to a WRX or STi and you'll gain a **** load of power too.

So, shut the **** up since you can't understand both sides of an argument.

Whoa, getting angry?

You need to learn to reword your paragraphs as to make it clear who you're talking to next time. I went back and reread and it clearly comes off as you attacking me when it was meant for someone else.

Furthermore, classic doesn't mean OEM, original. You can disagree if you want, it just doesn't. And those old V8s can make much more power, much easier than our H4 engines can. Simple as that. I love the Boxer engine but, let's be real, some 450ci engine can make power just by sniffing at it.

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Originally Posted by panasyncp17 View Post
You're not an expert on my awesome Subaru??? You're supposed to know everything! ummmm looossser
Exactly.
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