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Old 01-01-2003, 04:27 AM   #1
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OK...first of, Happy New Year everyone. I wish you all the best for 2003.

Lemme set the stage for you, I'm not much of a racer, I don't particularly drive my car hard, no engine mods yet, so everything is factory spec...none the less....

I'm drivin home on the QEW tonight, after having a great time with friends. and I see these 2 headlight awfully close to my back bumper. I was a 93 Honda Prelude with about 4 greasy 18 year olds in it. He decided to pass me on the right (which by the way is so flippin wrong!!, dumbass). Anyway, we're doing about 135km/h or so and I can't really hear his lawnmower muffler, cuz I'm listening to my tunes and could care less about his crappy riceroni.

We make eye contact, and well, I smiled and punched it, not floored it just gave Bonnie some luv, she responded. The car jumped from about 2400 RPM to about 4000, a little jerk back in the seat and I'm gonzo, after a few seconds, I'm at maybe 165km/h, (nothing I haven't done before) and I'm in the left hand lane. I could see him in my rearview mirror, darting back and forth through traffic. I could tell it was him because I could see his tacky neon purple lights under his bumper. By the time he managed to catch up...hahaha, I had to slow down....I had reached my offramp at Mississauga Rd, and the show was over.

It must have been all that weight in his car ....(ya right...come and get me ricer....)

What will happen when I get that cold air intake put in? hmmmm

I want to thank you for responding to my "Great Bonneville Debate"...it helped me make my decision.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
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Have fun building her up. You'll open up a whole new class of potential kills

Preludes are the worst....and therefore the most fun to kill. They get really small in my mirrors really fast!
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preludes are quik but u gotta race ricers off the roll for best results
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rice is fun to beat up i still like pickin` on camaro`*, mustangs,and german machines.......SURPRIZE
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I try to only race domestics. No one can talk sh*t that way.
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