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    Winglets ,rockers, and rear skirt for the R. Question is whether they go on the car or on the shelf.
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    Wires, cap, rotor... ran the car and made sure the misfires were gone and it wasn't bogging down anymore...... then put in my MTE Stage 1 tune. Oh boy is it fun! Can't wait to get my Snabb intake pipe, Japanifold, 16T, and my IPD turboback once in arrives. p.s. I know you guys recommended Beust, which I plan to go with once I'm ready to further upgrade the car (R mani, 18/19T, etc etc). I just got a nice deal from Alex.
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    Did you guys read the article? Or better yet, the cited reference they used? No one claimed she hasn't lied. In fact the cited reference has her down for 3 'Pants on fire' level lies. The article also says "All this is self-inflicted damage, which Clinton compounded with evasions and half-truths, coming across as lawyerly and shifty. A more gifted politician might have gotten away with it, but Clinton is not a natural politician. Her warmth can turn to remoteness on the television screen, her caution to slipperiness." At least have to give you credit for coming up with rebutting examples of her dishonesty.
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    LOl no shit Cattle-Futures Miracle - Hillary’s first commodity trade was in cattle futures where she ordered 10 futures contracts which normally cost $12,000 dollars with only $1,000 dollars in her account. This turned into $6,300 dollars by the next morning and after 10 months totaled $100,000, with trading help from James B. Blair. Travelgate Scandal - Catherine Cornelius, a 25-year-old cousin of Bill's was allegedly promised the position of director of the travel office. Hillary Clinton then (indirectly) fired seven employees from the United States travel office and replaced them with associates from Arkansas. Records were either nowhere to be found or incorrectly filed. And, there's a reported attempt to give a White House airline contract to friend. Hillary had the FBI investigate Billy Dale, the head of the travel office, ruining his career who was found to do nothing wrong, but was then audited by the IRS for three years after. Whitewater Scandal - Hillary and her husband were partners in a shady real estate development firm called Whitewater Development Corp in Arkansas. Accusations of impropriety against the Clintons and others soon surfaced, regarding improper campaign contributions, political and financial favors, and tax benefits. Clinton’s friends and majority owners, James and Susan McDougal were jailed for fraud, Clinton's successor, Governor Jim Tucker, was jailed for fraud along with municipal judges David Hale and Eugene Fitzhugh who worked with James McDougal. The Clintons walked away unscathed, having apparently done nothing wrong. Filegate Scandal - Craig Livingstone, director of the White House's Office of Personnel Security "improperly" accessed FBI files on several hundred individuals. Mrs. Clinton called it a, "completely honest bureaucratic snafu." Many of these files were on people from previous Republican administrations. Hillary Clinton hired Livingston and is alleged to have looked at the files and requested this move. She was accused by Republicans of violating privacy rights of individuals she viewed as political adversaries. Check the trail of dead bodies from Arkansas to DC. DONT BE LAZY DO IT> too funny...Vince Foster committed suicide. The bullet entry wound was in the BACK of his head... Now Ill be called a tinfoil head. its too easy to attack rather than research and read. The MSM is complicit as well.
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    I never put this together till he said that somewhere else in this thread lol but my Mcintosh owning family members and friends have or had saabs or even sold saabs back in the 70s lol
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    I could ramble about Axpona for a while but I'll try to keep it short and sweet. Show was awesome, hard to beat going from room to room listening to $500k systems all day long. And they're getting a lot better with the music too, this time every room wasn't playing Nora Jones or some variation of crap like that. Nothing against Nora Jones, but small doses. Sorry for the picture quality, I used my cell phone. My favorite room was the MBL room. I think this room had close to $1,000,000.00 in equipment. Just the crazy looking pair of speakers were $262k, then there were 6 subs, 4 amplifiers that were each about 4 ft deep, and all kinds of other crazy equipment. These things absolutely cranked, the sound coming from them literally pressurized the whole room. So sexy. If I ever win the lotto, I'll have these in my living room. It's not just the sound from them, it's the crazy design. each of those big aluminum domes is a midrange, then there are 2 tweeters under that, that are the same design. 2nd favorites are the Sony SSAR1. Absolutely amazing sounding, but they should be at $27k for the pair... 3rd would be these Volti speakers. I love the "off the beaten path" design, they sound amazing, and the go insanely loud... One more "wow" moment were these little white speakers. I actually know the designer, Jim Salk, he's a super sharp and down to earth guy. These are active, so they have their own internal amplifier and DAC. These sounded amazing, so good I had to think about which I liked more between them and the big floor standers next them... Aside from all those^^, honorable mentions would be the Focals, those sounded very good. They weren't the gigantic ones, I'm actually not a fan of those. These had a pair of 7" woofers, a 7" mid, and tweeter... ATC's active speakers were really good... Tidal speakers were amazing (not to be confused with the Tidal music app, totally different)... Raidho speakers were incredible... and the list goes on.
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    Thanks, Greg! Cloudiness really helps the color pop... There were over 120 cars there and one Volvo. lol Lot's of muscle, but some other stuff, too.
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    Lots of "American Muscle" Your car looks amazing!
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    $20 says she paid someone off to get that shit article written.
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    I know the front wheel nut's were loose :)
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    Paint was old, faded, peeling (down to the carbon in a few spots) and the drive side seat stay was cracked. For my birthday (back in January), my girlfriend surprised me and got all my friends to donate money to get the bike repainted. Ended up costing a couple of bucks, but between the paint and repair, was still cheaper than a new aluminum road bike. But most importantly, it's a VS relevant post - that's my old car's color, Volvo Aqua Blue Metallic (paint code 431).
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    Slumming at the car show.
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    I got my bike back.
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    A little update again. I have almost finished wiring them up. After that comes attaching the plugs and testing. Not much longer now hopefully.
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    Way too hot to be working outside in the last few days here in the PNW. Got the package from IPD this morning with engine mounts and some other stuff, so those were done today. Did timing and serp belt yesterday. PCV is done too, now just have to finish buttoning everything up and redo some of the wiring. Earlier decided to polish thermostat cover- and it was nice and shiny in no time, so I thought I might as well polish the intake. On the third day of doing that my phone's fingerprint scanner stopped recognizing my poor beat up and sanded fingers haha But in the end I'm pretty happy about it -came out ok for doing it for the first time
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    Son at a strawberry patch today.