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Old 05-03-2008, 08:49 PM
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you should plan on running a tire that will take you straight to the gay bar to get fucked. Get poz'd, ------.
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you should plan on running a tire that will take you straight to the gay bar to get fucked. Get poz'd, ------.
Is that an invitation?
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What do you think about that with 11 inches wide slick, 5 inches backspacing, ready for the track
Who's the ------ now
BTW, I would prefer to **** your mother if you don't mind.

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look at those taillight covers, your still the ------
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look at those taillight covers, your still the ------
Nothing more constructive to say??
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Originally Posted by sergei View Post
What do you think about that with 11 inches wide slick, 5 inches backspacing, ready for the track
Who's the ------ now

You got a point there my man, that thing looks bad ***...and should stick like glue.

Definitely not poseur.



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Old 05-04-2008, 05:03 PM
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whoa, that's not what I expected. I love how newbs taking e-thugging seriously.
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Originally Posted by mrtonyg View Post
You got a point there my man, that thing looks bad ***...and should stick like glue.

Definitely not poseur.



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What's the point? If folks are blowing up the 7" diff on RA1s what good do you suspect 11" slicks will do?

Besides, even with twice the power he is claiming (300whp) the miata doesn't need wrinkle walls wider than 8-9" the extra 2" is to make up for his horrendously under sized *****.

*edit* misspelled wrinkle.
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Old 05-05-2008, 02:25 AM
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Well originally I was going to tell doppleganger he's an idiot because as much as he wants to run Sticky 275's all day long and "oh so much more rubber". axles will not put up with that. too thin, will snap. gonna happen.

I guess now I have to say that sergei is gonna fall into that trap. Start examining what you are gonna do about rear-end power delivery now.
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uh...last I checked, our axles were not really a point of failure even with 275's, the diff. still is though...
Here is what I don't get, why is everyone so worried about breaking **** on their cars, if you never break anything, you are not driving it to its fullest potential. You brake something, you replace it with a better part, what's the big deal here?
You want to stay safe, do not go over 200whp, end of discussion.
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Old 05-06-2008, 02:41 PM
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The drag slicks look pretty bad *** on the car I won't lie. But A.) the miata is not a drag car and B.) even if you had the cohones to build a proper drag miata (which you aren't doing with the rest of the car - you just slapped drag slicks on there even though you're just going to snap your axles and destroy the rear end) it's going to look gay for 99% of it's life when you don't have those slicks on it.
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Originally Posted by MX_Eva View Post
Well originally I was going to tell doppleganger he's an idiot because as much as he wants to run Sticky 275's all day long and "oh so much more rubber". axles will not put up with that. too thin, will snap. gonna happen.


If i felt like running 275's, i would...and i wouldn't be worried about breaking a diff. or axles. Why? Because i'm not going to be shocking the driveline from trying to drag race. No driveline shock when on a road course.

But im not saying to go to the extreme. But something like a 245 to fill "all that space" would look far less gay then the 195's/205's that 95%of people running SM's/flares.
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Old 05-08-2008, 04:46 AM
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Attributing a sexuality to an inanimate piece of automotive equipment, albeit hardly functional, seems pretty gay to me. I humbly suggest more appropriate adjectives such as "retarded" or "ghetto", just to be politically correct.
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Old 05-08-2008, 05:16 AM
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I can't tell if you're serious. I hope not.

Just don't be a ***.

And Doppelgänger, totally agreed, like most of the other people on here. Fender flares are for wider tires, not for ones that are sliding around on the rim all gay-dee-m. It makes me sad that there are probably more widebody'd or flared miatas on 195's than there are running 245+.
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Old 05-08-2008, 05:29 AM
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Dude, I referred to "retarded" and "ghetto" as politically correct, is the sarcasm that subtle? I'll be a bit more of an ******* in the future, you know, just to protect my masculinity and all.
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**** it, I'm tired and somehow didn't notice that lol.

All I read was "politically correct" and red lights and thoughts of m.net defending their many gay members went up.
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This thread is going sideways, I demand an explanation for this ------ry!!
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