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What were you driving?:lurk: 

 

You ready?

 

2007 Saab 9-3 2.0T

 

I shouldn't have won. Off the ramp he had me (of course). Once I hit 50-60 I blew him the 'eff away.

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thanks, UnFacconable. I will definitely be more attuned to backseat space with this purchase. I would be very happy with similar driving dynamics, as my only real regret is not getting the 335 instead of the 328.


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i just got a 2014 forester...

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^ 2.5T hopefully.



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Beat a WRX the other day. Shouldn't have. He looked real butthurt, though.

He started it.

Eat turbs, jackass.

Is your 9-3 an Aero?

They are pretty quick from what I remember, the stock ones are as fast as my remapped 1.8t was.
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

^ 2.5T hopefully.
Is your 9-3 an Aero?

They are pretty quick from what I remember, the stock ones are as fast as my remapped 1.8t was.

The Aero models in the states from those years is a v6, if I recall. He has the 2.0T (not the 2.0t, right?).
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Originally Posted by death shot View Post
 

 

You ready?

 

2007 Saab 9-3 2.0T

 

I shouldn't have won. Off the ramp he had me (of course). Once I hit 50-60 I blew him the 'eff away.

Haha!    Awesome stuff.:slayer:  #Winning.

 

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i just got a 2014 forester...

great choice for a daily.  pics?

 

 

 

 

Also, Auto's can be fun too.:D    right now still can't decide whether to switch to manual, or get a properly strong AT box.   the current factory one won't hold the imminent power for too long. -it's ok for now.....

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The Aero models in the states from those years is a v6, if I recall. He has the 2.0T (not the 2.0t, right?).

It changed at some point from the 2xx 2.0T to a 2.8T, I'm not sure if it was estate only though.
post #13208 of 15714
@38R,
no pics.. i got it right before we had about a month straight of blizzards. i have an hour commute, so it was a good choice. couldnt be happier... and the pearl white looks pretty nice
post #13209 of 15714
Those Aeros seem cool. AWD turbocharged 2.8L with a six speed. I think the 08-09 models had the 2.8 liters.
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Looking for advice on selling a vehicle. We're getting a new car and 'selling' our old one to an out-of-state relative. In order to drop the old car form our insurance policy we need to turn in the old NY plates to DMV (or have her send them in and get a receipt). What is the best way to go about this?
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The Aero models in the states from those years is a v6, if I recall. He has the 2.0T (not the 2.0t, right?).

Yeah the Aero is such a wonderful ride. I've driven them and they're so worth it. Mine is an all-stock 2.0T.
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Looking to split ways with my M3 myself, soon. Been an awesome car. Might even get another someday. Otherwise, the bar is set very high. The M5 I am learning to like more and more for different reasons. Here's how they're looking right now:

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Nice. I'm in the process of selling my car too and like you, definitely plan on owning another E60 M5 someday in the future (when I'm rich enough to have multiple cars). Though, next time around, I'm going to get it in a manual, for sure.

Also going to get a 2010 model for the updated i-Drive... angry.gif
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yywwwyy

pch, mulholland, stunt road, etc have fun
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^ wat
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