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What the hell is going on in here... 

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

What the hell is going on in here... 
Slide up a floor creeper and rest a spell... Might as well be a off-shoot of the Petrol Head Thread... All we need are a few Skyline boi's to bring the awesome sauce and maybe a Donk or two! biggrin.gif
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um errr nothing?

 

methinks we all in here speak a similar language - be it cars, audio, outdoors, etc...

 

an older setup i had (e11 in the back) the 8gb ipod touch i had borrowed from my niece so officially it didnt buy it. and officially she took it back. the brainwavz were confiscated by my nephew, which were promptly confiscated by his older sister....these things!

 

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and in the spirit on not derailing a pretty neat vibe - i can appreciate a well placed blow-off valve too. T'is not a skyline but that's not in the budget jeje

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! old car alert - MY 05 sti (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post


Slide up a floor creeper and rest a spell... Might as well be a off-shoot of the Petrol Head Thread... All we need are a few Skyline boi's to bring the awesome sauce and maybe a Donk or two! biggrin.gif

 

When you say Donk, do you mean one of these silly things? lol

 

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Thread Starter 
And a drop top to boot! Ba Donk A Donk! Looks like she's got a nice set of 38's on her. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by morinru View Post
 

um errr nothing?

 

methinks we all in here speak a similar language - be it cars, audio, outdoors, etc...

 

an older setup i had (e11 in the back) the 8gb ipod touch i had borrowed from my niece so officially it didnt buy it. and officially she took it back. the brainwavz were confiscated by my nephew, which were promptly confiscated by his older sister....these things!

 

and in the spirit on not derailing a pretty neat vibe - i can appreciate a well placed blow-off valve too. T'is not a skyline but that's not in the budget jeje

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! old car alert - MY 05 sti (Click to show)
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Ahh man.. lovin the stance bro. And color scheme! That was my fave year STi anyway.. those and the 2.5RS's

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I see Achmed just had to find a Hoopty more jacked up than the one I posted:rolleyes: Nice looking Sti morinru:wink_face: I can say you, RochRX and I are in the same color field:D

Old Paint:tongue_smile: 

As not to totally dis this thread!!

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Not to rain on some of you older gearheads parade but those muscle cars from the 1960s aren't as fast as your rose colored memories. A 1987 Mustang LX could run high 13s in the quarter. That's about the same as ultra rare cars like the Hemi Cuda or Boss 429, and quicker than the more common small block cars. Just keeping things in perspective.
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Originally Posted by Mach-X View Post

Not to rain on some of you older gearheads parade but those muscle cars from the 1960s aren't as fast as your rose colored memories. A 1987 Mustang LX could run high 13s in the quarter. That's about the same as ultra rare cars like the Hemi Cuda or Boss 429, and quicker than the more common small block cars. Just keeping things in perspective.

 

Fox Body Mustangs are a dime a dozen.  No offense, I'd rather have a 68 nova than a fox body any day (mostly due to it being a Ford).

 

But enough of the car talk please.  

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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post
 

 

Fox Body Mustangs are a dime a dozen.  No offense, I'd rather have a 68 nova than a fox body any day (mostly due to it being a Ford).

 

But enough of the car talk please.  

THX Teke and I'll bow out on the car talk after this post. I was so wanting to tell the youngster of course they were fast but by this time that car was stripped down to a simple box with 66% of it's weight being the engine and of course they were fast but squirrely as all get out not to mention shoe box ugly. I only had my Mach 1 because it was a unique ride (and I got a killer deal on it), my heart lied in Chevy-land:wink_face:

 

On with the $200-$600 rigs fellow Head-Fi'ers:jecklinsmile:

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I think this will be my next budget headphone: TEAC CT-H02 and TASCAM TH-02

 

They're the same headphones just different naming.  I believe the oem company is the same as the ones that produced the dba-02, B2, Fischer FA-03/Digitech/NXT headphones...but dont quote me on that.

 

The innerfidelity review is here http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/canjam-rmaf-2013-tascam-th-02-low-cost-sealed-headphones

 

The measurements look amazing for a 25 dollar phone.  

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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post
 

I think this will be my next budget headphone: TEAC CT-H02 and TASCAM TH-02

 

They're the same headphones just different naming.  I believe the oem company is the same as the ones that produced the dba-02, B2, Fischer FA-03/Digitech/NXT headphones...but dont quote me on that.

 

The innerfidelity review is here http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/canjam-rmaf-2013-tascam-th-02-low-cost-sealed-headphones

 

The measurements look amazing for a 25 dollar phone.  

Nice, and probably blow the $200 Beats out of the water:evil:

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Rain, a bit of Coldplay, and a good book.

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Rig for a morning jog.
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Originally Posted by ShohailXTR View Post
 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 



Rain, a bit of Coldplay, and a good book.

 

 

Damit, your pictures make me envious every time! :beyersmile:

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