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Old 05-04-2006, 01:40 AM   #11
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I'm sure they'll have a customer for life if I ever get a series II...
ditto! (im sure if we nag enough they will eventually hook us S1 guys up)


And im glad to see there is a company out there thats isnt interested in making a few extra buck off someone in need, Gread job INTENCE
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Awesome to hear..


Way to go Intense
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INTENSE INTENSE INTENSE
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Man, now all intense needs to do is make a supercharger kit for an LN3 including all the other internal mods and then i would know what an LN3 can REALLY do. Money allowing of course.
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You don't need a kit for that. Get the parts, bolt them on. Then watch it come apart.
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