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Ike Turner

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mah bad. I miss constructed some of your posts, I thought you were referring to your girl-car. In the case of your camaro, crappy 60'.
Like I said, it was ten years ago, and it was in a car that was in no way a drag car. I only made mention of it due the fact that it runs similar to the OP's car in mph and et.
 

JasonCzerak

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Like I said, it was ten years ago, and it was in a car that was in no way a drag car. I only made mention of it due the fact that it runs similar to the OP's car in mph and et.
Knowing your methods of buying parts, you still have the car and waiting on that one part at the right price to gain that one tenth. :)
 

re-rx7

Cuban Carlos
Rather decent amount of folks with interest in it every time I go to the track.

One thing's for sure, no one gives a shit about "yet another mustang". I sure as heck haven't since ohhhhh ever.
Exactly because when something is already fast it harder to get a response lol. Ass.
 

JasonCzerak

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Exactly because when something is already fast it harder to get a response lol. Ass.
Again. Everyone has one. Who fucking cares if it's slow or fast, it's just another mustang.

I was in Michigan last week visiting family. My mom got a Camaro, SS, convertible a few years ago. White with the red stripe. One of the first few SS convertibles made. Today it has a little over 10,000 miles. While there I spent about 500 miles in the car finally. The problem is, everyone thought it was fast (it's not) and everyone else had a camaro. Over the past 2 years there camaro's everywhere! Mustangs used to be all the rage back when I was 16 back in MI, not so much anymore apparently.

But if you enjoy following....



More power to ya..
 

Slow Five-O

too quick
I do enjoy the looks of mustangs.


More importantly i enjoy going fast for less money.

Also, i don't going into other people thread talking down to others peoples cars because i think my car is fast. I certainly wouldn't do it if i only only ran 7's and thought that was fast.


But if you want to keep thinking you're fast and want to call other people slow to keep making you think you have a fast car



more power to ya..
 

JasonCzerak

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I do enjoy the looks of mustangs.


More importantly i enjoy going fast for less money.

Also, i don't going into other people thread talking down to others peoples cars because i think my car is fast. I certainly wouldn't do it if i only only ran 7's and thought that was fast.


But if you want to keep thinking you're fast and want to call other people slow to keep making you think you have a fast car



more power to ya..
"Fast for less money". Spoke like someone with no money. :) It's not about the money. I've decided to go a route that actually has a challenge involved. If you are just not that smart to do something complicated that's your problem. Any bonehead can toss a big motor in car and go fast.

7.1's.... Sure, it's all I have a slip for. Kinda sucks I had issues first time out at the track. I have no doubt had I not been coasting since (after doing some math here) about the 330, I'd have run a 6.9something

What do you run anyways?


Well, It's ways fun getting you guys to start talking about my truck. :)
 

Slow Five-O

too quick
I have / make plenty of money ;)

Like i said if you want to be different that's cool. But any bone head can toss a lot of money in a brick and only run 7.1's. Lol!
 

Ike Turner

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What do you run anyways?
He was faster 5 years ago, than you have ever gone in your life. Not due to him buying a belly button car, but due to him buying a stock car, and working his ass off to make it fast. I am not going to say what he has ran, but he has thoroughly dedicated himself to building his cars the way that he wants to build them, and he has done a damn good job running numbers that you could only dream of running. Sure, you have a big heavy truck, blah blah blah. That is your fault for trying to go fast with something so heavy. Your "I'm different, I am doing something special" attitude is important to you, but due to your insufferable disposition, not many other people give a shit about it.
 

David Anderson

David Anderson
Jason reminds me of a $40,000 a year millionaire. He used to be broke as shit, then he either ran into money or got a better paying job. Most of his jabs to people are about their income. There are a ton of blue collar racers who run faster in the 1/8th than your piece of shit runs in the 1/4. And they might make 25,000 a year. Grown men never ask how much someone makes, its like asking a woman how much she weighs, it's really no one business.
 

JasonCzerak

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He was faster 5 years ago, than you have ever gone in your life. Not due to him buying a belly button car, but due to him buying a stock car, and working his ass off to make it fast. I am not going to say what he has ran, but he has thoroughly dedicated himself to building his cars the way that he wants to build them, and he has done a damn good job running numbers that you could only dream of running. Sure, you have a big heavy truck, blah blah blah. That is your fault for trying to go fast with something so heavy. Your "I'm different, I am doing something special" attitude is important to you, but due to your insufferable disposition, not many other people give a shit about it.
Why are track numbers such a big secret? Sounds childish.


Jason reminds me of a $40,000 a year millionaire. He used to be broke as shit, then he either ran into money or got a better paying job. Most of his jabs to people are about their income. There are a ton of blue collar racers who run faster in the 1/8th than your piece of shit runs in the 1/4. And they might make 25,000 a year. Grown men never ask how much someone makes, its like asking a woman how much she weighs, it's really no one business.
IIRC, mustang boy started the money topic, just like BigHal does. To me, if you constantly toss in your posts "you spend so much money to go slow blah blahblahblah hahahahahahaha" suggests someone is jealous in some way. I've in no way asked this guy how much money he makes.

Curious, are you implying I'm making ~$40k?

There are a ton of blue collar racers who run faster in the 1/8th than your piece of shit runs in the 1/4. <--- I think you got that backwards dumbass.

And $25K/year up here in Minneapolis is almost enough to have shelter and not starve to death. Never mind build a race car that, if you typed it correctly, would "run faster in the 1/4 than my piece of sht can do in the 1/8."
 
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