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Old 05-12-2005, 06:48 PM   #11
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You can say WHAT?

* h i t t e r ?

Try it again.
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Old 05-12-2005, 07:30 PM   #12
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You can say WHAT?

* h i t t e r ?

Try it again.
Haha,I got ya on that one sucka!!

Yea, I know your thoughts about those plumbing ones. At least their dependable which is cool, but I just got to make it past early July for that bet
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Old 05-12-2005, 08:38 PM   #13
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OMFG i think i just fell on the floor laughing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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i got mine from hightempsilicone too... very nice.

you'll need a little bit of a spacer to get to your TB if you use a 4" reducer... I'm going to be fixing mine up in a weekend or two, but the 4 inch deff. slips right over the throttle body without grabbing onto any material at all...
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You can get one at INTENSE too, smooth intake bellows.[/url]
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Does Home Depot offer a porcelan bowl that we could use as an air scoop mounted under the grill?

J/K, you should see the bubble gum, duct tape, and tie wraps under my hood right now. LOL
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i had one of them ******* pipes on my buick century...

-i just wanted to say ******* again-
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Does Home Depot offer a porcelan bowl that we could use as an air scoop mounted under the grill?

J/K, you should see the bubble gum, duct tape, and tie wraps under my hood right now. LOL

You cant tell the difference anyways, and yea, I got zip ties holding my grille neons in place.


Wow, your lack of attendance at Jokes 101 is starting to show off
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Yeah, I missed a few classes.

Always have been accused of feeble humor attempts.
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I use a home depot toastedoats adapter. Its black and rugged. I do want to get a nice red one this summer at least. But for the 14 months its been on the car, no complaints at all
NICE!!!! anyone else notice that you can say toastedoats??? toastedoats toastedoats toastedoats!
Hahaha...that'* defffffffffinately not what it said before!

Hey Bill...I like the additions!
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