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Old 07-23-2009, 02:16 PM
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OBS challenge.

Let's have some fun. I have hats and goodies I need to give away. Some John Deere stuff, Ford stuff, etc.

Let's vote three categories.
Best looking truck
Best sounding truck
Most modified truck

post pics, tell stories, pics with sound. We'll end it next week on Wednesday.

I'll post a list of goodies after the winners are declared.
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Old 07-23-2009, 02:30 PM
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we all know matt p will win
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Old 07-23-2009, 02:36 PM
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well here is a recent story.

We were sitting in a chick fil a parking lot with my old high school buddies wondering what we would do next. My friend nick drives a little red ricer. He was standing on the passenger side of my truck about to get in his car. He was just starting to talk on his phone to my buddy jerry when i started my truck. He could barely hear on the phone. He was slapping on my window to get my attention to shut it off. I just hit the throttle a few times. He decided to get in his car when i romped on it. Needless to say, he had to dust off his dash for the smoke dust. Then later on, when we met up with my friend jerry, he asked, "what was that loud noise on the phone"? They all pointed at me.
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Old 07-23-2009, 02:41 PM
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well here is a recent story.

We were sitting in a chick fil a parking lot with my old high school buddies wondering what we would do next. My friend nick drives a little red ricer. He was standing on the passenger side of my truck about to get in his car. He was just starting to talk on his phone to my buddy jerry when i started my truck. He could barely hear on the phone. He was slapping on my window to get my attention to shut it off. I just hit the throttle a few times. He decided to get in his car when i romped on it. Needless to say, he had to dust off his dash for the smoke dust. Then later on, when we met up with my friend jerry, he asked, "what was that loud noise on the phone"? They all pointed at me.
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Old 07-23-2009, 02:42 PM
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Here is my truck, Cool idea man!

Mods:
Intake and 5" Exhaust
Beans D66 turbo
RDS Stage 2 160cc injectors w/100% nozzles
Intercooler
Modded IDM
Terminator Modded 17* HPOP
Custom tuning by Beans Diesel
Guages
Stage 6 ATS transmission

Here are some pics




And a vid with the 5" I just made, no chip on right now, it sounds a little different with the chip.

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Old 07-23-2009, 02:45 PM
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we all know matt p will win
haha I dont know about that, there are guys on here with more mods than me and good lookin trucks, mine hasnt been cleaned much this summer due to work either so its lookin a little beat in these pictures
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Old 07-23-2009, 05:39 PM
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nice looking truck Matt. Love that green. Clean job on it. Front bumper is strong.
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door gaps look good, ride height and level look good. lots of mods. lots of close detail. the fender badges are not from obs are they. they look newer. that front bumper is robust and clean. One proud owner I would say. I bet you look at it every night before you hit the sack. How many times a week do you tinker woith it.

Nice truck. What is the color?
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Old 07-23-2009, 05:52 PM
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door gaps look good, ride height and level look good. lots of mods. lots of close detail. the fender badges are not from obs are they. they look newer. that front bumper is robust and clean. One proud owner I would say. I bet you look at it every night before you hit the sack. How many times a week do you tinker woith it.

Nice truck. What is the color?
Thanks man, it has been a lot of work, bought it bone stock and it was purple and white two tone.

Ive just been putting more touches on it to work on getting it where I want it and its still got a ways to go. The badges are the 05-07 style.

I do look out the window at it most every night since its right outside my room. lol

I normally mess with it at least once a week, last week we put the transmission in and the week before I put the turbo on. I really enjoy working on the truck and learning new stuff to do on it.

The color is a metallic green called jaguar racing met green. It will be repainted eventually as my body work skills were lacking that time around since it was my first attempt, but its all about learning
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here is a few of mine, all the mods are below.



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