What do you drive?

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  1. 2acclaim

    2acclaim Well-Known Member

    I have an 08 Impala, boring as hell fleet car,
    2010 Cross Country, fun to ride, but an old man bike as well.

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  2. tommy_ed

    tommy_ed Well-Known Member

    2005 Mazda Rx-8

    currently selling it to buy a truck if anyone's in the market for one!

  3. richphitzwell

    richphitzwell Well-Known Member

    Going to work one day.
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  4. richphitzwell

    richphitzwell Well-Known Member

    Whats funny is I remember in high school taking my moms van off road. I have no idea why it always leaned to one side so heavily after I drove it.
  5. 76ford90lx

    76ford90lx Guest

    1990 5.0 LX Mustang



    Vortech supercharger. Headers, no cats, flowmasters dumped, 4.10 gears, and a crap load of other mods that my wife don't understand my thinking process as a human being. Meh. :D
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  6. Adauth

    Adauth Well-Known Member

    Can the moderater that warned me for disrespectful posting in this thread please answer my PM and show me anywhere in this thread where I was disrespectful?
    I didnt relize asking simple questions to a person about his car that he should know right off the top of his head( if he is telling the truth) was disrespectful. I think he got caught in a lie, hense he has not answered any of the questions posed in this thread. Very simple questions that the owner of an 800HP boosted V-8 should know like the back of his hand.
    I didnt relize calling BS on someone was "disrespectful"
    Now watch I will probably get another warning or ban just for this post even though it breaks no rules.
  7. jikhead

    jikhead Well-Known Member

    I would agree with you. You were just asking for supporting information to back up his claim.
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  8. Adauth

    Adauth Well-Known Member

    Thanks now I dont feel crazy like im the only one not seeing it. lol
  9. Mada

    Mada Well-Known Member

    I think he was being sarcastic when he said that...
  10. fam

    fam Well-Known Member

    I like to change cars...a lot because I like to autocross\solo and abuse them. Had mustangs and lots of mazda3's but right now im in a mazda2\demio
    Mazda2 Red Touring 2011 by -FaM-, on Flickr

    a few races in using stock tires


    In race trim

    Next year im not running in stock class and she will be lowered and decorated like a lady bug with spots as an inside joke ;-)
  11. gallandof

    gallandof Well-Known Member

    yummy auto-crossing, can't wait for the snow to fall so i can do some ice auto-x'ing :)
  12. danaj

    danaj Well-Known Member

    I drive my feet, with my blur cat!
  13. Shine.

    Shine. Well-Known Member

  14. Caff Racer

    Caff Racer Active Member

    I've already posted what I'd like to drive, but I haven't posted my ride, so here goes. Please give a warm welcome to Black Bess:


    List of modifications:

    • Nology spark plug leads
    • Triumph TOR stage 1 carb kit
    • UNI air filter
    • Norman Hyde peashooter exhausts
    • Seat unit from a '71 Norton Commando production racer

    Race me... if you dare!
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  15. gallandof

    gallandof Well-Known Member

    *drools* i've always loved triumph, wish there were more of them here stateside. (i really really want a nice cafe racer style bike for weekend cruising)
  16. RottnJP

    RottnJP Well-Known Member

    I have total suspension travel envy, and my man card somehow feels smaller now. I have kids now, so, no 4WD for me. :-(

    I do have a 2008 Toyota Highlander, and I do still have this, though:
  17. Martimus

    Martimus One bite at a time... Moderator

    Here are my primary rides:



  18. kevlar77

    kevlar77 New Member

  19. TxGoat

    TxGoat Guest

    Wow 800 HP is a lot out of a boosted V-8. Sounds like a lot of modifications went into whatever vehicle that was. The current crop of Mustang Shelbys and Corvette ZR1s are around 500-700 HP off the showroom? Who posted those kinds of numbers, I'm curious to know how much money getting that kind of power costs.

    The newer edition Mustang Bullitt was nicely styled with its conservative touch. If I could swing $40K then I wouldn't mind buying the new Mustang 302 laguna seca.


    Granted I'm not sure I'd rock this color combination, but ironically it would match the color scheme of my current phone and laptop, but a straight guy color coordinating is never a good idea. (And for the record I DIDN'T color coordinate my phone and laptop!)
  20. Baldilocks

    Baldilocks Well-Known Member

    Actually he said he had an 800HP Super Snake, which I imagine is a Dodge Viper with a V10. :)

    I am more than happy with my 520HP + Corvette Z06.
  21. TxGoat

    TxGoat Guest

    I think Ford also had a Super Snake that was a Shelby version. If I remember, it was a Mustang that wasn't covered by warranty but was a Shelby custom job (You take your Mustang Shelby to their facilities and kiss your warranty goodbye). 800-HP 2012 Ford Shelby Super Snake: New York Auto Show Preview

    That's it. I'm not sure where but on a track (and even then not so sure) you'd be able to use that much horsepower. Would be fun to take on the Autobahn though. Speaking of, I sure wish the U.S. had a version of the Autobahn here, or that our drivers would at least adopt some of the Autobahn rules, like if you're in the far left lane and someone gets behind you, you move over to the right lane, you know the common sense rules......
  22. TxGoat

    TxGoat Guest

  23. Baldilocks

    Baldilocks Well-Known Member

    Yeah, that 800HP is useless with street tires anyway. A mild 400-500hp car would get more traction and win a drag race on the street against an 800hp car.
  24. TxGoat

    TxGoat Guest

    As would a nice square torque curve. :D I'd like to see how an 800 HP car would feel on the streets and how it would pin you in your seat, if you can keep the front pointed forward for the entire run. Something tells me 800 HP could probably break the rear end loose even in top gear.
  25. Baldilocks

    Baldilocks Well-Known Member

    Especially with an old fashioned, outdated live rear axle. ;)~ I have that problem with my Camaro. Goes well in a straight line though. But, when I know I have some twistys, I prefer the Corvette.

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