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What the hell kinda bike only gets 25 mpg? A boat on two wheels?

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wow, a VW.. this is more believable. you said r32 and i immediately assumed it was a nissan skyline GTR, hence the "illegal stuff". sorry about that i guess.
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I only have 25 mpg my on bike lol.

You ride a bike, I thought you had a Harley

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Last post about cars. Sorry.

The earlier cars were smaller and made better rally cars, for sure. The newer ones are more like a GT car and more comfortable on the highway, I'd pick them over the older cars for racing on pavement, while the earlier cars are better for dirt and probably autocross on pavement as well.

Stops faster means the distance required to stop from a certain speed is less. The WRX accelerates and stops faster than the STi because it is a little bit lighter. They both have almost exactly the same motor. The $5k Brembo brakes DO NOT make the STi stop better or faster, they are simply designed to work under extreme race conditions a road car will never see. The stock brakes on a WRX will not hold up to racing use for the most part.

Basically, if you buy an STi and have no intention of racing it, you are poseur and have just spent an extra $12k+ on the little pink STi badge. You are also a complete idiot with more money than sense.
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it doesn't make sense because you could get an evo for that money =P.
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What the hell kinda bike only gets 25 mpg? A boat on two wheels?
depend on the way you ride. If you ride a lot of local and on freeway on high rpm you will notice low mpg as well
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A REAL MANS BIKE YOU BIG FAGGOT

 

No need to be insecure about your gas guzzler, but more importantly you should change the girly pokemon avatar, seriously.

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Whoah! Painted gats in future....
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I like how clark kent didn't answer my question.

Also was wondering wtf he was talkinga bout a vw being illegal lol8[1].gif
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/\  Because it's probably best to ignore you. "gangsa-ish'? ...are you 12 years old IRL? Idiot...

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are you going to keep posting after me from now on like all my other fans now?

stop bein a little bitch and get over it
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black Le Labourerur jacket for spring. I have the same model in wool, which is great
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Also RRL jacket is nice but not $600 nice.

I totally agree. Luckily I didn't pay anywhere near $600 for it.
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Because you didn't tell me not to buy them strongly enough in the other thread. Arrived today. I couldn't find a lot of information here about Neil Barrett but the boots seem fine. Last could be sleeker but made in Italy, nice leather, simple-ish design. Guess these are my new winter boots. I do like how it has a full leather insole thing not just half of one like my Paul Smiths and Momas. I always seem to to start to pull those off at the edge where it meets the part under it and have to get them glued back down. You know what I mean? Like the heel part. You know.
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