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Old 04-09-2010, 10:29 AM   #21
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I will eventually, yes. Besides you think Im gonna let you be the only ~300whp miata around here??
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I will eventually, yes. Besides you think Im gonna let you be the only ~300whp miata around here??


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This thread is sick! It's got everything I want in life. Every Friday should be reserved for pure hatred. ******* Cubans make me laugh as much as midgets!
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At this time, is aight.

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This thread is sick! It's got everything I want in life. Every Friday should be reserved for pure hatred. ******* Cubans make me laugh as much as midgets!
Youre come **** on my thread too web-bi??

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for the record my vagina is NOT very deep.

On a serious note, I just looked at the tire calculator at m.net here are some measurements.The diameter changes from 23.0" to 23.9", the sidewall from 4" to 4.4", I dont think that is so bad. The circumfered delta though goes from 72.2" to 75.0" - ****!
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On a serious note, I just looked at the tire calculator at m.net here are some measurements.The diameter changes from 23.0" to 23.9", the sidewall from 4" to 4.4", I dont think that is so bad. The circumfered delta though goes from 72.2" to 75.0" - ****!
Ok, being serious. Instead of doing a generic tire calc, maybe you want to grab some actual data from Tirerack or the manufacturers about the model's ACTUAL diameters.

Given how much rub I was getting on the liners (I've since taken them out) and on the lips (I've since rolled and pulled) with the 225/45 at reasonable ride height, albeit on lightish springs ~350# front (since changed out), I wouldn't touch a 225/50. YMMV.

Now, how the **** did you get here to Amedika? Row/paddle/trunk/? j/k, man, I just need something to liven up my miserable existence.
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What's kind of cool is that your 949th post was talking about 6UL fitment...
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What's kind of cool is that you 949th post was talking about 6UL fitment...
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Oh, and f-you, gosped, for your devious and sneaky ******* methods.
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Oh, and f-you, gosped, for your devious and sneaky ******* methods.
lol

I'd almost forgotten...
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Ok, being serious. Instead of doing a generic tire calc, maybe you want to grab some actual data from Tirerack or the manufacturers about the model's ACTUAL diameters.

Given how much rub I was getting on the liners (I've since taken them out) and on the lips (I've since rolled and pulled) with the 225/45 at reasonable ride height, albeit on lightish springs ~350# front (since changed out), I wouldn't touch a 225/50. YMMV.

Now, how the **** did you get here to Amedika? Row/paddle/trunk/? j/k, man, I just need something to liven up my miserable existence.
Hmm, mkay. The tire that I found dirt cheap was Falken 912. Ill look up some specs.

I came in a plane with a visa; once here I fixed my status.

America is a continent btw, not a country.

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America is a continent btw, not a country.


It's actually two continents...but I guess your plane landed after Geography class.
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Really two continents?? let me guess... North and South America??

I think we gonna need another thread for this one.
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Really two continents?? let me guess... North and South America??

I think we gonna need another thread for this one.


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No mames cabron!!!
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No mames cabron!!!
Relajate...ya bajen los cojones con tiempo hijo...no te preocupes.
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no te preocupes.
You should "te preocupes" about ******* up this thread. I'm inclined to bust both of your faces against one another, you can become blood brothers. Bueno?
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I think 225/50 looks like ***. And unless you plan to track your car you have no need for 9" wheels.
Even the 225 NT-01's have some "stretch" on the 15x9 6UL. Makes stacking new tires difficult...... But man do 235/60/15's MT Drag radials look good on the back end!
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You should "te preocupes" about ******* up this thread. I'm inclined to bust both of your faces against one another, you can become blood brothers. Bueno?
Si me mandas un otro mensaje asi voy a matar a tus perros, y hacer que comas sus juevos, crudos. Luego, despues de mostrar a su esposa como es sentir como mujer por la primera ves en su vida voy a usar eso mismo teclado con que me estas enojando para golpear tus sesos hasta un pulpo, y cojer lo que queda de tu craneo.


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