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Old 06-28-2003, 02:46 PM   #1
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ok, so i see this stickered up Integra with honda badges... i stop with room in front of me at a light to get next to him and, i roll down my window, he turns down his music and a conversation follows...

Me: What'* up with the honda badges?

Him: It'* got a honda engine

Me: Yea, but it'* an Acura car...

Him (in a very condescending voice): In Japan they call them Hondas

Me: i'm not stupid... and the car'* not JDM...

Him: it might be...

Me: for what, 5 or 10 HP with the engine??? that'* a waste of money...

Him: 5 or 10 HP (in a tone that indicated that he was still trying to understand what i said)? you know what... why dont you take your piece of **** domestic thats probally gonna break down in a year and get out of here?

Me: It'* a '95 and it hasn't broken down yet...

Him: And what'* it worth $1,000?

Me: umm... no, try about $6,000...

Him: (turns up music, acts like he is trying to hear me (i'm not talking), then puts the window up)

now, after the POS comment about my car i'm pretty pissed... and seeing as there is a good 75 feet of open space in front of me and the light has just turned green, i decided to leave him in my smoke . i give my "piece of ****", "$1,000", and "about to break down domestic" some gas and leave a nice 10 ft strip or two of rubber as i leave him

this is the rudest ricer i have ever run into... have any of you had similar experiences???
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damn that is pretty nasty i havent really had any talks with ricers i try to not talk to them bc most them jus care about their sticker haha but nice way of showing him who ownz!
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Old 06-29-2003, 12:29 AM   #3
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JDM Type-R valve cover, $155
JDM Integra Intake Valves, $125/set of 8
JDM Integra Headlights (non-HID), $760
JDM B18C-R (10 HP over USDM), $5400


Seeing the look on his face as he gets wasted by a stock, 8 year old, $1,000 domestic family sedan, priceless


(BTW, these arn't just prices off of the top of my head, these are the actual prices found on: www.l-natural.com can you believe they actually pay $155 for a freaking valve cover...)
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A guy I know called Bonnevilles old lady cars.... we don't talk much anymore. lets say he has gone thru a few Fords. Everyone just needs to shut up and start realizing what a flagship car with balls can actually do.

Silly idiots
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give them time and they will learn
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lmao Umm.. if it was from Japan.. wouldn't the driver side be on the other side like it is over there? O well.. hahahaha...
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this guy I know thought his ugly 5-speed saturn SL2, or whatever the dohc wagon thing is, was faster than my SE stock bonnie. i told him his 4-banger had 40 or so less hp and a lot less torque.
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Whats a B18C-R? Never heard of that motor before.
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Whats a B18C-R? Never heard of that motor before.
it'* the Integra Type R motor
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Oh then your talkin bout the B18C5 domestic version of the type R, or the B18C the JDM version.
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