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post #796 of 1187
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Originally Posted by RochRx7 View Post
 

Ah man.. you don't wanna see my engine bay.. it's just meh. I have intake pipes in the garage that needs a lot of polishing before I put her on.. still using the stock rubbers for now. 

 

When I get around to it (if ever..) I'll post her up heh. But since you requested it.. I can't say no can I :P

 

 

 

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Looks pretty bitness in there RochRX, I really like the stance of that baby:bigsmile_face: 

 

Well TrollD, I'm thinking these Budget threads need to be even more specific. Probably needed to have the words "New" and "Retail" in the thread topic as well and then just a portable Fi thread for bargain purchases and let everyone be envious of those who got a sweet deal on some high dollar gears:wink_face:

post #797 of 1187
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Originally Posted by RochRx7 View Post
 

Ah man.. you don't wanna see my engine bay.. it's just meh. I have intake pipes in the garage that needs a lot of polishing before I put her on.. still using the stock rubbers for now. 

 

When I get around to it (if ever..) I'll post her up heh. But since you requested it.. I can't say no can I :P

 

I love the black on black on black on black... \m/ \m/

 

Now how about your JL Audio sound system!

:beerchug: 

post #798 of 1187
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Originally Posted by Podster View Post
 

Well TrollD, I'm thinking these Budget threads need to be even more specific. Probably needed to have the words "New" and "Retail" in the thread topic as well and then just a portable Fi thread for bargain purchases and let everyone be envious of those who got a sweet deal on some high dollar gears:wink_face:

Step up and take the ball good sir! I've made two already, and the only one that will have no issues or bickering will be the *Mid-Fi* thread... :D

 

But remember if you create too many...

:beerchug:

post #799 of 1187
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

I love the black on black on black on black... \m/ \m/

 

Now how about your JL Audio sound system!

:beerchug:

Ah man.. my system is ugly too.. why you makin' me bust out the uglies haha.

 

As a disclaimer I've been meaning to upgrade the sound in here.. for now.. Pioneer speakers/head-unit inside the cabin (spent only $300).. 2x 10" Kickers fed by a MTX audio amp ($75 on the subs+box+amp ..got from a friend leaving for the military) 

 

It's ugly (I'm heavy into being pretty obviously lol) and it doesn't sound good for anything other than electronic/hiphop/dubstep/trap etc... thanks for the love :P

 

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post #800 of 1187
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Originally Posted by RochRx7 View Post
 

Ah man.. my system is ugly too.. why you makin' me bust out the uglies haha.

 

As a disclaimer I've been meaning to upgrade the sound in here.. for now.. Pioneer speakers/head-unit inside the cabin (spent only $300).. 2x 10" Kickers fed by a MTX audio amp ($75 on the subs+box+amp ..got from a friend leaving for the military) 

 

It's ugly (I'm heavy into being pretty obviously lol) and it doesn't sound good for anything other than electronic/hiphop/dubstep/trap etc... thanks for the love :P 

 

Sorry bro... slow day at work that's all... :D

But I like electronic and dubstep so it would work perfect for me!

 

The step daughters boyfriend ran around with his subs mounted to thier shipping boxes for the longest time, with the real sketchy wiring... :eek: I was expecting to see him with a big wiring harness short out one day but it luckily never happened.

 

And yours looks like a serious pro install compared to his...

:beerchug:

post #801 of 1187
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

Step up and take the ball good sir! I've made two already, and the only one that will have no issues or bickering will be the *Mid-Fi* thread... :D

 

But remember if you create too many...

:beerchug:

LOL, I'm leaving thread building to you EXPERTS:wink_face: The wrath of CURRAWONG would simply be too much for me:rolleyes:

 

Hmm, we bit of :basshead: in Roch, he does seem to have a black thang goin' on though. Like the Knight Rider with class:wink:

post #802 of 1187
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Originally Posted by Podster View Post
 

LOL, I'm leaving thread building to you EXPERTS:wink_face: The wrath of CURRAWONG would simply be too much for me:rolleyes:

 

Hmm, we bit of :basshead: in Roch, he does seem to have a black thang goin' on though. Like the Knight Rider with class:wink:

lol yeah.. you'd have to ride in the 7 to understand why I need that kind of bass.. damn car is loud.. it's impossible to enjoy anything other than bassy music.. It's sort of an artificial "noise canceling" system..

 

Unless you like the sound of guitar and a 3.5" exhaust pipe rumbling about your music. .. most times I just drive windows down no music anyway. Blow off valves are quite high in the fidelity chart :)

post #803 of 1187
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Originally Posted by RochRx7 View Post
 

lol yeah.. you'd have to ride in the 7 to understand why I need that kind of bass.. damn car is loud.. it's impossible to enjoy anything other than bassy music.. It's sort of an artificial "noise canceling" system..

 

Unless you like the sound of guitar and a 3.5" exhaust pipe rumbling about your music. .. most times I just drive windows down no music anyway. Blow off valves are quite high in the fidelity chart :)

You have a nice looking one for sure, hope she runs as good as she sounds:normal_smile : I have a buddy back in Texas that has been doing a little drifting his wankel as he says! His falls in there somewhere between yours and this little baby which is extremely cute 

I'm thinking we may need to take this over to some car thread as I'm feeling we are getting off track in this one:blink: I had mostly American muscle cars through my high school years '71-'75 and then my ex wife got me into Celica's for a few years and I was OK with Japanese cars but once I got stationed in Germany and drove European I just couldn't go back to either American or Japanese (don't be playa hatin' on me now):wink_face: Just something about the power to weight ratio and how that clutch drop delivers powers to those wheels:biggrin: 

post #804 of 1187
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Originally Posted by Podster View Post
 

You have a nice looking one for sure, hope she runs as good as she sounds:normal_smile : I have a buddy back in Texas that has been doing a little drifting his wankel as he says! His falls in there somewhere between yours and this little baby which is extremely cute

I'm thinking we may need to take this over to some car thread as I'm feeling we are getting off track in this one:blink: I had mostly American muscle cars through my high school years '71-'75 and then my ex wife got me into Celica's for a few years and I was OK with Japanese cars but once I got stationed in Germany and drove European I just couldn't go back to either American or Japanese (don't be playa hatin' on me now):wink_face: Just something about the power to weight ratio and how that clutch drop delivers powers to those wheels:biggrin:

ah man.. that's pure sex. XD

 

Don't worry about derailing the thread.. we have permission from TD anyway =P

 

I grew up on muscle too! (I miss it a lot.. actually) My dad had a 85 RocZ Camaro, 89 TransAm.. currently has a 87 Vette

I'll post pics later.. wish he still had the Camaro and transam.. but the Camaro got wrecked (when I was a baby) and the Transam was stolen and wrecked (by my drug addicted cousin)

 

Post some pics!!!

post #805 of 1187
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Sorry Chewy... No "Muscle" in the *cough* 80's... biggrin.gif
post #806 of 1187
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Sorry Chewy... No "Muscle" in the *cough* 80's... biggrin.gif

You may be right about that....    man....... whatever man. I still enjoy the 80s.. I'm a 80's baby afterall :P

post #807 of 1187
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Originally Posted by RochRx7 View Post
 

You may be right about that....    man....... whatever man. I still enjoy the 80s.. I'm a 80's baby afterall :P

Come on Troll, give Roch a little slack, they still had engines in the 80's just running low on quality suits to go on them:wink_face: When I say I had American muscle we have to go back almost two decades on young Roch's cars, not sure if that's bad or good:( My three cars from '71 to '75 were and in order 1968 Camaro (Blown 327), 1962 Impala (283 than ran so smooth you could stand a nickle on edge on the air cover while idling and it would not fall over and please don't ask what happened to this car)!! and my 1972 Mustang Mach 1 (351 Cleveland). OK, maybe I have to cough just a little but with respect Roch:tongue_smile: 

post #808 of 1187
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Originally Posted by Podster View Post
 

Come on Troll, give Roch a little slack, they still had engines in the 80's just running low on quality suits to go on them:wink_face: When I say I had American muscle we have to go back almost two decades on young Roch's cars, not sure if that's bad or good:( My three cars from '71 to '75 were and in order 1968 Camaro (Blown 327), 1962 Impala (283 than ran so smooth you could stand a nickle on edge on the air cover while idling and it would not fall over and please don't ask what happened to this car)!! and my 1972 Mustang Mach 1 (351 Cleveland). OK, maybe I have to cough just a little but with respect Roch:tongue_smile:

It's cool.. I eat C5 Corvettes all day anyway

 

I can't really compete yet with the "real" American muscleheads.

 

But it'll happen.. I just need to stop buying audio gear.. it keeps nipping away on my turbo upgrade... =(

post #809 of 1187
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Originally Posted by Podster View Post
 

You have a nice looking one for sure, hope she runs as good as she sounds:normal_smile : I have a buddy back in Texas that has been doing a little drifting his wankel as he says! His falls in there somewhere between yours and this little baby which is extremely cute 

I'm thinking we may need to take this over to some car thread as I'm feeling we are getting off track in this one:blink: I had mostly American muscle cars through my high school years '71-'75 and then my ex wife got me into Celica's for a few years and I was OK with Japanese cars but once I got stationed in Germany and drove European I just couldn't go back to either American or Japanese (don't be playa hatin' on me now):wink_face: Just something about the power to weight ratio and how that clutch drop delivers powers to those wheels:biggrin: 

 

Do you have that shot without that god awful post processing? 

post #810 of 1187

Sorry reginalb, I just pulled it down when I googled RX7 Images! It's from the tuner site and all their photo's are tagged:(

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