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Old 02-17-2007, 07:14 PM
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To smoke, or not to smoke?

Needless to say I've been enjoying the crap out of my SCT tuner. One thing I am loving more then the speed is the thick black smoke!

Driving down Sunset Blvd. in Hollyweird CA. I parked my truck right in front of a restaurant while my wife runs in and see how long of a wait. The Valet was cool, he let me stay there a minute to see if we were going to get seated.

I forgot the name of the restaurant, but it's a artsy fartsy place with seating outside. Right near the curb. I was going to be a perfect gentleman until one butthole very rudely yelled at me "Would you mind killing that thing? I can't hear our conversation!" Now, had he asked nicely I'm more then sure I would have killed it, but he didn't.

Wife comes out, "Hun it's a 45 minute wait?" Now usually what my little woman wants, she gets. I'll do anything for her. Except this time. I knew what I was going to do. I have one open parking space in front of meand I have an open shot. Screw it. I floor it, and a very sexy cloud of black death billows out of my exhaust pipe.

Couldn't see the look on their face. Didn't see any reactions. All I heard was a LOT of cuss words and my laughter.

I need to hook up an "Exhaust cam". This crap is fun. Evil. But incredibly fun.

When I do the turbo back exhaust w/cat delete, I should blow even more smoke. Right?
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Old 02-17-2007, 07:21 PM
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great story, when you delete the cat i bet you see more
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Thats classic!
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:57 PM
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It's to bad you couldn't see the look on the guys face, that would have been priceless.
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Good one, soot pie with that sir?
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Old 02-18-2007, 03:44 AM
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Hey, that's pretty cool, smoking out on Sunset!
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Old 02-18-2007, 07:54 AM
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California has laws which allow officials to make you stop and do the 'blip' test. If it blows black be prepared for to make scheduled emmisions inspection. I try to be a bit more discriminate when I blast the black.
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You're much more polite than I would have been. I'd have stepped out, told him the keys are in the ignition and if he can get through me he can shut it off.
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You're much more polite than I would have been. I'd have stepped out, told him the keys are in the ignition and if he can get through me he can shut it off.
Easy there , Fat Tonys in L.A., Texas Justice, might be a little on the Ruff Shod side for outdoor diners
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Old 02-18-2007, 08:33 AM
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Thats whats nice

about flip chips. I wish they had one for a 6.0. Cuz when you go in for your blip test you can have your switch hidden and turn it to stock.
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