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Old 03-26-2003, 09:19 PM   #1
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Old 03-26-2003, 10:12 PM   #2
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WTF ?!?!?!? gee... I decided to save the environment and boost up my car so I fart in the gas tank to dump in some Methane...hahaha is with running the car with 75 grit sandpaper on the piston to bore out the cylinder?? Running high caffine soda to get more juice?? Ha ha ha.. I guess they got the 2L bottle of pop ( which has bigger displacement sad to say ) confused with their engine... whatever drugs they're on... must be way way better then what I have. I especially love the pour cement to conteract the sand courseness and add water...lmao !!!
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OMFG! I can't believe any one would actually try that. His friend is "a honda tuner" who has an "in" with the shop. I bet buisnees has been good lately!

Here are some off the dumba$$' replies...lol

http://forums.audiworld.com/a4/msgs/1572196.phtml
http://forums.audiworld.com/a4/msgs/1567896.phtml
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Were they serious? LMAO Wonder if that would work on a Bonneville? lol
People are so dumb
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thats what he gets for taking the advice of someone who "tunes" Hondas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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http://forums.audiworld.com/a4/msgs/1572143.phtml

this is one of the best responses there is
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Here is another one

http://forums.audiworld.com/a4/msgs/1575858.phtml

my favorite part "Block off the exhaust with a golfball (or for riceboys, a basketball)."
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I hope that guy wasn't serious, What kind of idiot.... anyways, he got his info of a rice mechanic..so go easy on him..I hope he doesnt do electrical..lol
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ROFL....

A rattling muffler can lead to blinker fluid leak.....brilliant ....also, if its an automatic, you'd better get that clutch checked out.

Dumbass....

Some of those replys to that idiots "sandblast" thread are classic
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I would not think that post was true but I've met people that dumb.
On most Navy bases like NAS Oceana where I work we have Auto Hobby Shops.
It'* like a reg garage with lifts and tire machines and hoists to pull engines and stuff. You rent out stalls by the hour. It'* really cool and it'* how I'm able to do so much to my cars cheaply. Well the place gets it'* share of mech want-2-bee'*. Most have a clue and just need to learn how to "turn a wrench" Some think they have a clue and thats where the fun begins. I had a guy roll in to the stall next to me with a '91 Corica with a 3.1 V6. I watched as he took off the front valve cover and 4 head bolts and start yanking likle it was going to come off. I had to ask and he wanted to do the head gasket and though thats all he had to do! Well 3hrs later and after he got the fuel rail,intake, P/* pump and exaust out of the way and some other stuff like cracking the A/C system-opps! He got the head off. What do you think he forgot? Drain the coolant. Splash 3 cyl full of water. The best was he was going to leave the water there and the pistons will push it out! I had to explain that air compresses and liquids like water DON'T!
After having to stop working on my buddys RS that we where building a eng for many time to keep this guy from killing us when he started his car I will never dought the idea of how much damage a little piece of incomplete knowlage can do.
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