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Old 06-05-2003, 03:19 PM   #11
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Yeah that should be an easy one. Even if he has V-tech or dual stage runners or sake powered engine.
Actually i think he does have a V-tech.
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My 12speed mountain bike has more torque.
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Dude my radio controlled car has more torque than that............SAD
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he would have more torque if he just took out the engine, leaned forward, and spun the wheels with his bare hands. Alot less irritating than a fart can too...
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my little brothers sit and ride jeep that runs on 6v would take that si
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Was Covington'* price too high? What should the repair normally cost?
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Staged, i think you may have replied to the wrong topic....

my scooter is faster, and i make a way cooler engine noise
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**** you guys need scooters??? Hook a tow rope on my back and ill pull more then that thing...
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I think we really like Civics eh?
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I think we really like Civics eh?
I guess the question we should be asking here is "what won't take that civic?" lol
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