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post #1 of 8 Old 09-30-2009, 10:21 PM Thread Starter
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370z fail

Not too long of a story here,

Basically i was on my way back home when this 370z (Spoiler, body kit, the whole 9 yards) pulled up beside me and began what i like to call "the rubber band move". This is where he repeatedly went from accelerating in front of me, to slowing down behind me, back to accelerating again. After about a minute of this i figured I'd give him a glance next time he was even with me, we locked eyes, and i knew what had to be done.

That being said, i waited for him to slow down to behind me, turned my chip to extreme, threw unnecessary amounts of smoke onto his hood, and immediately turned left onto my street.

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nice, i love running around Chicago land huffing smoke on all the rice rockets or better yet the rich people in there bmw's.

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I've rode/ridden (which one?) in a BMW 335d (Clean diesel version) and i must say...that is one heck of a diesel engine. In-line 6 cylinder, quiet as ever, and unlike with our trucks it was like driving on a cloud lol. Didn't feel a single rock, pothole, or anything

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I've rode/ridden (which one?) in a BMW 335d (Clean diesel version) and i must say...that is one heck of a diesel engine. In-line 6 cylinder, quiet as ever, and unlike with our trucks it was like driving on a cloud lol. Didn't feel a single rock, pothole, or anything
But can you transport a fourwheeler with a 335d? I think not.

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But can you transport a fourwheeler with a 335d? I think not.
A fourwheeler? Could you move 20k with one? I know not

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I'd probably never want to own one, they sit too low to the ground for me. Every time i'm in cars like that after being in my truck, i feel like my a$$ is dragging on the ground lol

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I had to race and beat a 370z owner 3 times before he would concede that my truck was faster then his car... Then he had the balls to pull up beside me and ask if I had a cummins under the hood.... That is when I proceeded to fill the inside of his car with smoke...

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i guess the emblem that says powerstroke diesel v8 wasn't big enough, but then again they are hard to read from behind.

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