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06.22.2015, 08:32 AM

Congrats!
Have a lot of fun with it!
   
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07.06.2015, 09:44 AM

Little video of a run around the countryside.

https://youtu.be/EtM4Sg0H5QA
   
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07.07.2015, 09:11 AM

Sweet - looks like a fun ride. :-)
   
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07.08.2015, 04:04 PM

An American driving manual?! ;)
Just kidding, looks cool!
What is the scraping noise when changing gears?
Does not sound like a normal turbo to me?

What I always wonder about these sort of cars, are you wearing a helmet or some sort of glasses in this to prefent flies or bees slapping onto your face?
   
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07.08.2015, 04:48 PM

A Brit living in NJ driving manual. Lol

Honestly no idea - it doesn't sound crunchy when driving. I have no idea what the camera is picking up. I think it might be vibration from my exhaust heat shield.

It's a supercharged engine vs a turbo.

I have a helmet but confess I'm just wearing sunglasses at the moment. Probably not the best idea.
   
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07.08.2015, 05:00 PM

This american drives a manual, though - I prefer it everywhere but in city driving. Pretty sure eye protection is mandatory, too - just like on a motorcycle. I watched the video 2x - the 1st time, there was a lot of noise, but the 2nd time on a different pc, there was much less "crunchy" interference-type noise.
I look forward to going for a zip in it!
   
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07.09.2015, 11:25 AM

Awesome!

I'd get so many tickets in that. I have no self restraint when it comes to application of the throttle!

Does it do sweet burnouts or is it too "planted" to get much tire spin? Burnout video?


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08.23.2015, 07:33 PM

Ready when you are mike!!!

Come on down (and maybe bring welder LOL)



   
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