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  1. Exoida

    Monsters: Exoida x5 Car Card D x3 Swift Scarecrow x3 The White Stone of Legend x3 Blue Eyes x3 Sangan Spells: Dark World Dealings x3 Cards of Consonance x3 Trade-In x3 One Day of Peace x3 Pot of Duality x3 Upstart Goblin x3 Dark Factory of Mass Production x2 Dark Eruption x1 Total: 40
  2. Modern Warfare 3 Tournament

    I've seen the ACR 6.8 with silencer and impact in about 85% of the GB games I've played in...and I don't mean individuals using it I mean whole teams.
  3. Hondas....

    ;(
  4. Hondas....

    If you don't believe that you can drive your car home on a broken diff...you need to break one, or do some research.
  5. Hondas....

    Lol...you must not know that you can drive on a broken diff...all it does is make both my front wheels spin. I got it for 100 dollars, so I put it in expecting it to break just so I can upgrade but it hasn't yet.. And to answer your other question, yes I was there when the car was placed on the dyno, strapped down, and tuned. Did 20 pulls 10 high and 10 low. It was a dynojet dyno.
  6. Hondas....

    Show me a stock mustang suspension that will be able to hold the power it takes for them to reach me...the new 5.0s are nasty though I like them alot
  7. Hondas....

    Also, I'm sure a v8 motor weighs more than a v6 motor faggot. Don't forget engines weight lbs too...sorry for da triple post
  8. Hondas....

    The obx diff has worked fine, made 10 passes down the track and DD on it for a couple months. Expected it to break by now but it hasn't. When it does I'm going qualife LSD...and good shit talking with one post Mr. Anonymous..
  9. Hondas....

    It's obviously dyno numbers, faggot.
  10. Hondas....

    That's true and I never said *every* wreck was avoidable.
  11. Hondas....

    On low boost my torque is 280 ft lbs at 8,500 on high boost torque is 379 at 8,500 (remember I still have 2,000 more rpms to revv out) and yes, torque steer is indeed a bitch. If you don't fight the wheel the right way you'll end up in a wall or the other lane. No, I'm not a west coast asian lol.. To model, to be t-boned means you would have had a good 4-5 seconds to pay attention and speed up to the point where the other car would hit in the rear quarter panel which is a much better wreck, but it's still a wreck. I flipped my 01 civic end over end and went through the windshield and shattered my right femur. That's when I decided o actually start using my brain when driving and realized that without mistakes by me, the potential for a wreck was cut wayyy down
  12. Hondas....

    How is it not true? I mean yeah you can't just jump in a car like mine and expect to be able to control it and handle it with easy you have to work your way up kinda like with bikes. You don't just jump on busa 1300, you start out on like a 600 and work your way up. Things out of your control such as traffic, blown tires, deer, etc etc can be controlled to an extent if you can control your speed well.
  13. Hondas....

    You don't crash if you can drive...
  14. Hondas....

    Anyways, pistons and rods are easy if you're smarter than the average monkey you can do them yourself. The head cost 2000 to get ported polished hot tanked cleaned and all valves pressed in and springs and retainers put in. The rest is just patience and prices of parts. I had a friend who tunes come put the engine on drive, I'm running stock HG so the kit was like 100 from a Honda dealership. To tune your car for forced induction at the place I went it was $450 but he is the best tuner for a thousand miles on the best tuning program for a Honda (ECTune) as you can tell from the numbers. Price: Shell: 500 Motor and tranny out of a wrecked 94 teg: 1200 OBX diff: 300 Motor work: 8500 600+ Hp axles: 300 Stickers: 40 Whole car: 10,840 $10,840 for a street car that can outrun almost anything = priceless
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