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Old April 21st, 2013, 04:27 PM
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slow down & do a 6 sec - 0-60 for me & load this up and RIDE

back when a 6 sec was very Fast

http://youtu.be/eP05iSzpz94


JS, you read my mind! Must have played this song and radar love about 20 times a piece already! I'm sure the lady is sick of Golden Earring by now for sure!

Here is another great driving song:






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most definitely some gear jamming songs
and some you just can't drive without

stay safe my friend, and watch out for the other guy

sure would like to hear that engine whine


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Automatic. With technology the way it is, there is no need for a stick shift.

Car does 0-60 in about 4 seconds!
YES,

Years ago, your transmission choices were usually a 5-speed manual or a 3-speed automatic. Manual transmissions almost always achieved better mileage because a reasonably skilled driver could control engine revs through efficient shifting. But today's high-tech automatic transmissions are typically more competent and efficient than a driver using the combination of a clutch and stick shift. Few Americans learn how to properly drive a vehicle equipped with a manual transmission, and given that a "stick" is usually reserved for high-performance cars, it's difficult for the average driver to squeeze the best possible mileage out of a car with a clutch.


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Here's an update on the progress of my challenger:
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Nice

that is a beautiful car

I see a different setting for the car & Truck did the move place you in a house with a yard ? and what's under the car cover ?

PS: membership has been picking up; 2 - 4 new members daily


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that is a beautiful car

I see a different setting for the car & Truck did the move place you in a house with a yard ? and what's under the car cover ?

PS: membership has been picking up; 2 - 4 new members daily

Thank you sir!

Yeah, me and the lady moved into a house around the corner from her parents...

I have a under the cover!
I'm glad the forum is picking up... I'm going to update some things around here during the weeks to come.


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That's the perfect place for a chvy
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Are all SRT products signed by Ralph Gilles?



1994 F150 XLT ExCab SB 306, 4R70w, 8.8 3.55 open, MSD StreetFire coil, Taylor Siro Pro wires, MSD cap and rotor, 1.72 Roller Rockers, 2º cam advance w/ Cloyes Street True Roller timing set, Flat top Hyperutectic pistons, Flowtech Long Tube headers, Xpipe, High flow Magnaflow converters, Spintech XL Sportsman DIDO muffler.

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I have a under the cover!
well it's not a BMW


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