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Old 05-26-2006, 01:17 AM   #11
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I think this should be locked before it gets blown out of proportion and people start hating each other.
lol, I will if it does. lakeville is just razing haro
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Old 05-26-2006, 01:18 AM   #12
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I think this should be locked before it gets blown out of proportion and people start hating each other.
lol, I will if it does. lakeville is just razing haro
Ya if you're worried about that, you just best not look in about 94% of the threads that he and I have both contributed too....Same as the threads with BillBoost37 lol
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Dont you mean if he slows down he'll have more money for tickets. I see no diff. My mileage seems a somewhat constant 14-15 MPG regardless of what speed I'm driving on the highway, could be the low final drive ratio.

Sorry Haro.... Grampa Venom has his own speeding ticket cross to bear. Just got wacked 76 in a 35 and my lawyer is fit to be tied.....3'rd in less than a year.

Redit; I'll be good , dont want John to have to lock down his own post . But $3 a gallon is prepostorous. And it is going to pull the rug out from under the economy.
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Dont you mean if he slows down he'll have more money for tickets. I see no diff. My mileage seems a somewhat constant 14-15 MPG regardless of what speed I'm driving on the highway, could be the low final drive ratio.

Sorry Haro.... Grampa Venom has his own speeding ticket cross to bear. Just got wacked 76 in a 35 and my lawyer is fit to be tied.....3'rd in less than a year.
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I just read that Texas has put the speed limit on there 2 main highways up to 80

Yaaa Texas.
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Whoa...Lakeville...don't involve me in your weeklong RAZZFEST that you are stuck on.

Shouldn't the added resistance of the air cause a slight variation in MPG as speed increases?
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Do you think NA'* see a bigger drop in mileage the faster they go. between 60 and 80, an NA will see a bigger decrease in mileage than an SC.
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I HATE HER SO MUCH

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Do you think NA'* see a bigger drop in mileage the faster they go. between 60 and 80, an NA will see a bigger decrease in mileage than an SC.
Not sure which would see more of a difference. Wren would probably know.
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This is how I feel about Hillary... She always sticks her nose in areas she does not have a clue...just like Gore...when running for president, he had porposed a ban on Nitromethane and also all kinds of motorsports and racing because it was harmful to the environment.
One of the big polluters to the environment are older aircraft, specifically during landing and taxing...a turbine engine burns a lot more fuel when taxing and landing than it does during take-off and cruise. So, taking this as a premise...do we stop flying?
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