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Old 07-16-2003, 10:04 PM
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http://sevatech.com/cars/rx-7/pics/2003.07.14/



be sure to check out the first 3 links, the quicktime movies.



we were up all night working on sevas t2, pulled out the crossemember from the front, and the subframe + diff from the rear... after staying up so long things started getting silly and the movies were the obvious next logical step.... enjoy



warning: I am not hot, if scary hairy men terrify you, don't watch the movies.







and before i get ripped a new ******* for lifting with my back and not my knees, the car was on jack stands positioned near the center of gravity.
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Old 07-16-2003, 10:47 PM
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Damn peng you savage, I need to call on you when I drop my trans
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Old 07-17-2003, 01:12 PM
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Hey Peng what goin on wit you and ur new apt.
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Old 07-17-2003, 01:16 PM
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Originally Posted by MazdaEnthused' date='Jul 17 2003, 05:12 PM
Hey Peng what goin on wit you and ur new apt.
you should probably PM me about these things...



I'm like 20% moved, not including the contents of the garage, and my car still isnt on the road I'm probably going to buy a bike soon to get me to work so I don't rush the FC.
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ohhh what kinda of bike!?
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Originally Posted by BigTurbo74' date='Jul 17 2003, 06:26 PM
ohhh what kinda of bike!?
I'm looking at a local private owners suzuki savage, it's a old slow thumper that will get me to work just fine for now



If I like it I might get something better, like a 600f4i or some other fuel injected rocket, probably a 600.
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Hercules Hercules Hercules.



I thought you meant bike like pedal your *** off type bike.
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Originally Posted by UniqueTII' date='Jul 17 2003, 07:28 PM
Hercules Hercules Hercules.



I thought you meant bike like pedal your *** off type bike.
I already use one of those but the new place is too far from work for that, at least for my lazy ***... current apt is like a 5 minute walk from work, it's sweet, but ghetto. New place has a private attached garage and 9 foot ceilings, it's pimpin.
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Nice!
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Get a Kawasaki Ninja 636!!!



ZX-6R are ****!! My dad got one just a little bit ago it's tight as hell. Not to mention fast as hell.
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