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    Quote Originally Posted by black magic View Post
    okay, you can't argue that THESE are sweet pictures:

    "As we promised, a 21st century multi performance super car. With a hand built 6 cylinder twin turbo vr38 engine that generates 480hp. Zero to 100km/h in 3.6sec. With an all new dual clutch transmission that shifts at race car speed. With all wheel drive for matchless handling featuring a unique independent trans axle. And brakes that take it from 100km/h to zero in 36.9meters. The gtr is up for any competitive challenge, anyone, anywhere, anytime.

    The proof? On Germany notorious nurburgring in challenging conditions, a lap time of 7 minutes 38 seconds. This is no mere muscle car and no delicate thoroughbred. When we say anyone anywhere anytime, were talking about much more than racetrack performance.
    Holy cow. Those are some REALLY impressive numbers! That's 4 seconds faster around the 'ring than the Z06!
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    Wonder WTF happened to the rest of my money.
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    Default New Polkies

    ...they love the sound of Polks as they eat their dinner. Have you shared your blessings with the less fortunate???
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    I received a written reprimand for feeding the racoons at work. :o

    Nothing fancy, just some bread and the occasional mint hard candy.

    They needed that mint hard candy ..... they had racoon breath which, despite their cleanliness, ain't none too fresh.

    They had good manners, though; they'd line up for their bread with only an occasional line-breaker.


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    Here is my bike tore down for the winter. REPAINT
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    Here is a pic I use in my signature for our work forums for shift to shift passdowns......
    Last edited by shadowofnight; 03-21-2011 at 08:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnestormer View Post
    My favorite past time....Pic is from Moab, UT on a trail called Moab Rim.
    That is the Colorado river in the background and this is the very start of a 4 mile trail. You can't see, but my two year old is in the back having the time of his life!
    Nice CJ. Build specs?

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    Thumbs up Rig Specs

    Well now there is a question you can't ignore..... :D

    1980 CJ-7 Chevy 350 with Edlebrok multi-point FI and New World Products 2.02 heads @ 9.0:1 compression. 700R4 tranny into the new Atlas 4 speed transfer case. Output through Tom Woods drive shafts into AMC20 rear with Moser 1 peice axles and Detroit Locker turning 4.56 gears. Front is Dana44 with all WARN shafts and ARB turning 4.56 gears.
    In the picture current wheelbase is 98", but is now growing to the magic 102".
    Wheels are Hummer H1 double beadlocks with 37" IROKs. Jeep is all fiberglass with a one peice front end, and I have 3/16 steel crusher corners in the back. Cage ties into frame at all six points, Mastercraft seats (hands down the BEST mod), four point harness, custom slider bars, custom 4.5" body lift, (I get a lot of poop for that) and LOTS of other misc crap.

    I have new axles going in that are custom built TeraFlex CRD Dana 60s.
    63.5" wide from hub to hub with full float rear and locking hubs at all corners. All Chromolly shafts, four wheel disc and high steer in the front.
    Going back in with SOA using RE 2.5 inch springs in the front and a custom 4-link double triangulated rear with coil-overs.

    Its been a labor of love for almost 20 years now. I am down to about the frame literally being the last original part left from when I started. Seems to be a never ending cylce. Build, wheel, find a rock you can't climb so......
    build, wheel, conquer rock, find new rock, repeat......


    BTW - Thanks for asking!! :)
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    i call 'shotgun'!

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    7.1 SURROUNDS: RTI6'S
    SUB: SVS PB12-PLUS/2 (12.3 series)

    XBOX 360
    WiiPS3/blu-rayTOSHIBA HD-A35 hd dvd

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    I have no facts to back that up, but I never let facts get in the way of my arguments.

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    Not mine but I liked the video...

    4X4 extreme :D


    More to come if you like it. :)



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    Damn - I would have bet money that there was no way a vehicle could have made it up that.....
    Mains.............Polk LSi15 (Cherry)
    Center............Polk LSiC (Crossover upgraded)
    Surrounds.......Polk LSi7 (Gloss Black - wood sides removed and crossovers upgraded)
    Subwoofers.....SVS 25-31 CS+ and PC+ (both 20hz tune)
    Pre\Pro...........NAD T163 (Modded with LM4562 opamps)
    Amplifier.........Cinepro 3k6 (6-channel, 500wpc@4ohms)

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    That's insane!
    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." Friedrich Nietzsche

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    4X4 extreme II :D


    Glad you liked it here's another one.


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    LSi9's make their first appearance downstairs. Imaging and depth was amazing but overall they sound MUCH better in their usual 8x13' room ;)


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    From a 79 Malibu parts car.
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    Since when a Rusted out car a Bio Hazard?

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    Thumbs up last night's 44 0z steak dinner

    this is last night's dinner.. 44 ounces of pure grade A beef!! cooked to perfection. medium. you can get your steaks cooked several different ways here at Wolf Lodge restaurant in Idaho.

    rare cold, it's red, red, red and it's cold. (still mooving)
    rare hot, it's red, but hot/warm
    med rare lots of red and juicy goodness
    medium, lots of red still, but not as juicy
    med well, just a bit of red thru the steak
    well done. no red.

    dinner was sliced deep friend rocky mountain oysters ;), grilled shrimp on skewers, BBQ baked beans, salad, big ass steaks, beer, wine, dessert, bread. :D;)

    44 oz steak is two steaks actually. 24 oz porterhouse then on the same overflowing plate is a 20 ounce T-bone Mmmm Mmmm good. You can also get a 16 oz rib eye, 12 oz filet migion plus several other cuts.

    P.S. the steak sizes says 42 ounces, it's been bumped up to 44 ounces now. that sign is old.. :)

    note* our bill for for 15 cowpokes (sorry ladies, this is a man's night out) was just over $1,200 ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by disneyjoe7 View Post
    Since when a Rusted out car a Bio Hazard?
    My brother insists on wearing gloves while working on cars, and the only rubber gloves I have are black.
    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." Friedrich Nietzsche

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    I withhold comment.

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    I bought them from my tattoo guy, he uses them while working. :p
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    A couple boxes my dad is finishing up. These are two of eleven. Sanded to a thousand grit then oiled and waxed to a silky smooth finish.



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    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." Friedrich Nietzsche

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    I thought this was note worthy.
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    Little more Vulgar than the "I support single moms" picture I posted earlier, but I figure since ebay allows these tshirts to be sold it's gotta fly here....don't like it, pM me and I'll remove it....maybe.

    Just thought it was wildly inappropriate for a tshirt and even moreso on ebay.

    Nevermind I can't leave that....PM me your email addy and ill send over the pic

    I attached another as a filler. THAT WAS NOT THE ORIGINAL
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    Current setup. I can't wait till I can paint the walls and have a floor put down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaggedLancer View Post
    Little more Vulgar than the "I support single moms" picture I posted earlier, but I figure since ebay allows these tshirts to be sold it's gotta fly here....don't like it, pM me and I'll remove it....maybe.

    Just thought it was wildly inappropriate for a tshirt and even moreso on ebay.

    Nevermind I can't leave that....email me at commisioner49@comcast.net if you want the pic. And no, it wasn't nudity.

    I attached another as a filler. THAT WAS NOT THE ORIGINAL
    Pardon my french but what the hell are you talking about???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Face View Post
    Current setup. I can't wait till I can paint the walls and have a floor put down.
    Now that is going to be a room full of sound waves!!!;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    Pardon my french but what the hell are you talking about???
    I edited the pic out...send me an email and Ill send it over. It was just too raunchy

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyd
    Who cares if mainstream pop is released in SACD? In most cases, that amounts to polishing a turd.
    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai
    Have you ever felt the legs of a female equestrian on your head?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnestormer View Post
    Well now there is a question you can't ignore..... :D

    1980 CJ-7 Chevy 350 with Edlebrok multi-point FI and New World Products 2.02 heads @ 9.0:1 compression. 700R4 tranny into the new Atlas 4 speed transfer case. Output through Tom Woods drive shafts into AMC20 rear with Moser 1 peice axles and Detroit Locker turning 4.56 gears. Front is Dana44 with all WARN shafts and ARB turning 4.56 gears.
    In the picture current wheelbase is 98", but is now growing to the magic 102".
    Wheels are Hummer H1 double beadlocks with 37" IROKs. Jeep is all fiberglass with a one peice front end, and I have 3/16 steel crusher corners in the back. Cage ties into frame at all six points, Mastercraft seats (hands down the BEST mod), four point harness, custom slider bars, custom 4.5" body lift, (I get a lot of poop for that) and LOTS of other misc crap.

    I have new axles going in that are custom built TeraFlex CRD Dana 60s.
    63.5" wide from hub to hub with full float rear and locking hubs at all corners. All Chromolly shafts, four wheel disc and high steer in the front.
    Going back in with SOA using RE 2.5 inch springs in the front and a custom 4-link double triangulated rear with coil-overs.

    Its been a labor of love for almost 20 years now. I am down to about the frame literally being the last original part left from when I started. Seems to be a never ending cylce. Build, wheel, find a rock you can't climb so......
    build, wheel, conquer rock, find new rock, repeat......


    BTW - Thanks for asking!! :)
    Eric
    Nice rig! That's a heck of a setup, I bet that thing's going to be unstoppable when it's all done.

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