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    Thread: Project VR6 What!

    1. Member d-bot's Avatar
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      07-30-2008 09:26 AM #101
      Quote, originally posted by tachycardia »
      Just listened to it. Wow.

      Put the rear hanger on last night and took it for a spin. yeah.... it works

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      07-30-2008 09:31 AM #102
      Quote, originally posted by d-bot »
      Put the rear hanger on last night and took it for a spin. yeah.... it works


      i wish soneone would post a video of it working... oh wait thats my job.


    3. 07-30-2008 05:27 PM #103
      That sounds so sick man, good job. for you!

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      07-30-2008 11:11 PM #104
      it started ouot as one guy drinkin' a 40 (do you like my 40ox beer cozy?), then it was two guys drinkin' a 40... and really im not sure what happened after that. I know we did something....


      the d-bot can drink

      like i say... im not sure exactly wat it was we didnt take pictures of but i know it was matt's fault and i know what ever it was we did is going to make it ok for me to make it to work tomorrow hopfully not hung over in the corrado.




      Modified by corrado-correr at 8:13 PM 7-30-2008

    5. 07-31-2008 03:51 AM #105
      Beer, hammer, hooters, Corrado.

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      07-31-2008 08:37 AM #106
      me likey

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      08-07-2008 01:31 AM #107
      The mojitos were excellent last weekend [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

    8. 08-07-2008 04:37 PM #108
      Anything going on today for the Thursday meet?
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      08-10-2008 07:33 PM #109
      Today was pretty exciting. Matt came over to hang out for a bit and to take his Scirocco home.


      Unrelated, there are a couple of things I'd been meaning to fix since I've been driving the car again.
      1. Wire the leveler switch, and fix the high beams. The head lights only work on low right now. Also, only one of the fog lights is turning on, I probably just forgot to plug it in.

      2. Re-wire the radar detector, I'll keep the current location for the switch/mute button but change the location of the detector so it's not blocking the passenger sun visor anymore.

      3. The speakers only work on the driver's side all of a sudden... I suspect its just a janky wire. All the same, wtf!

      Then it started raining, and we thought... this would be a great day to get rid of the wasp hive! This thing grew from the size of a hacky sack to the size of a rugby ball in about a week and since it was raining out all the wasps were lazy and just hanging out inside the hive.
      This prompted the need for some liquid encouragement, it had to kick in fast and beer wasnt going to cut it.

      Here's hive:

      the weapon(s) of choice:

      All it really did was keep the little dudes inside the hive but the ones that made it out didnt like it/us very much at all.



      Rather than just letting the foaming poison do its work we decided that due to the size of this thing we had to take it down and burn it or else we'd just have a bunch of half poisoned beasties flying around the yard.
      Matt readied the poison and Ryan got ready to take it down with a hoe.

      then we ran....


      They managed to get it into a cardboard box! and once everything calmed down again we lit it on fire.




      Dont try this at home kids, burning larva smells nasty!


      Some how I was the only one that got stung, that ******* crawled into my pullover and got me good right on the elbow. After I freaked out and ripped my shirt off he was flying around the living room looking for his next victim... he was swatted, captured, crushed a little so he'd stay still for a picture, and then drowned in cheap tequila.


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      08-10-2008 08:38 PM #110
      haha good times.

    11. 08-10-2008 09:20 PM #111
      that is brilliant work..

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      08-10-2008 11:04 PM #112
      That was fun

    13. 08-11-2008 11:20 AM #113
      Nice, are you guys going to treffen?

    14. 08-11-2008 04:00 PM #114
      Rangpur is the $h!t [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      08-11-2008 06:17 PM #115
      good stuff
      BTW: if you ever run out of wasp killer, Brake cleaner works just as good if not better. Straw for precise spray on small spots or no straw for balls out. Just make sure you don't get the overspray in your eyes.
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      08-11-2008 06:56 PM #116
      Quote, originally posted by sdezego »
      good stuff
      BTW: if you ever run out of wasp killer, Brake cleaner works just as good if not better. Straw for precise spray on small spots or no straw for balls out. Just make sure you don't get the overspray in your eyes.

      another use for brake cleaner? fantastic! as if you couldnt use it for pretty much everything else.

      Quote, originally posted by ntonar »
      Nice, are you guys going to treffen?

      yep.

    17. 08-11-2008 07:54 PM #117
      Who needs television with this thread.

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      08-12-2008 03:39 PM #118
      Quote, originally posted by tachycardia »
      Who needs television with this thread.

      The wasp episode needs video...would have been that much more funny. Especially watching the "Wasp in my hoodie dance".
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      08-14-2008 10:15 PM #119
      Careful kids, dont mix Bastard with distiled water even if you're trying to flush the coolant.


      Also, some chipmunks decided to help me out the other day and chew up my plug wires. It made wot sound less BUAWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH, and more like BUAWPUBPUBPUBPUBPUB. So, new plug wires from the GAP.


      The wires were so bad, not even Arogant Bastard could make them carry a spark.


      Check it:


      So much better now. CVO Treffen here we come!


    20. 08-15-2008 12:37 AM #121
      Mmmmmm... AB.
      Can you get your hands on this out east?


      And just for ****s and giggles.

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      08-15-2008 01:10 AM #122
      Spotted the twin duces, last two in the fridge, before I headed out to Ravens tonight. Had to grab em. I've seen Oaked around before but not often. Need to scour more specialty shops around the area.
      Stop teasing with that picture. You need to get your hands on some of this trippel.



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      08-15-2008 06:04 AM #123
      I think ive tried all of those... except for that orange labeled one on the left, second from top shelf.

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      08-15-2008 06:09 AM #124
      fixed!

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      08-15-2008 06:35 AM #125
      Mmmm drowned in cheap Tequila... I know how that feels!
      I once found a mouse sitting on my cam cover helping himself to the underhood sound deadening! It must make a comfy nest
      He didn't eat the plug wires, but he did steal some acorns that a squirrel had been keeping in the rain tray
      Maybe I should move my car more often?
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