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    Sex on wheels
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    Looks to be burnin oil he ought to get that sorted
    Garrard 301 with SME 3012, Garrard 401 with PU7 both in slate plinths, Puresound P10, Highphonics SUT, Glasshouse TVC Passive Pre, Bel Canto Set 40 (845 power amp), Tannoy GRF Memory`s

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    oh, i just soiled myself....

    http://www.soundracer.se/ watcch the video, now even us with norrmal cars can get a hard on too

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    PS soundracer is £30-35 quid depending on model

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    Get a ST-3 and you dont need a soundracer....hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roksoff View Post
    Get a ST-3 and you dont need a soundracer....hehe
    Yeah, might sound good and go good, but it's still a focus, and it's FWD

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    yeah its a Focus which makes it even more satisfying when you leave a proper sports car behind at the lights. LOL...smoked by a Focus at a fifth of the price, how embarrassing.
    The FWD just makes it more of a challenge to master.
    Oh, and it gets you home in the snow pointing the right way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roksoff View Post
    yeah its a Focus which makes it even more satisfying when you leave a proper sports car behind at the lights. LOL...smoked by a Focus at a fifth of the price, how embarrassing.
    The FWD just makes it more of a challenge to master.
    Oh, and it gets you home in the snow pointing the right way.
    Caught a little fishy where's me keep net

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    Caught a little fishy where's me keep net
    LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    Caught a little fishy where's me keep net
    TBH I thought twaz the other way round. Knew you'd bite at the slightest mention of a quick car. . Its what diesel drivers do.
    Typical Diesel Inferiority Complex Syndrome. DICS for short....hehe.

    This is the part when you tell me 60 MPG is fun driving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roksoff View Post
    Typical Diesel Inferiority Complex. DIC for short....hehe.

    This is the part when you tell me 60 MPG is fun driving.
    I have a diesel and i likes it a lot.... you should try one
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    I've got one, its a fork lift truck....
    Says it all dunnit.

    The guy doon the roads got one too, its a tractor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roksoff View Post
    I've got one, its a fork lift truck....
    Says it all dunnit.

    The guy doon the roads got one too, its a tractor.
    It's an outdated stereotype im afraid. Put a good diesel engine in a good car and it'll give an equivalent petrol car a run for its money
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    Now who's biting...lol
    Name one diesel car that will give an equivalent petrol car with regards to engine capacity and natural aspiration a run for its money?
    Yes the diesel may have more torques but thats only good if yer towing yer caravan whilst holding up the whole of the Scottish transport network.

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    and more

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    60mpg is fun, as is £35/year road tax, it's especially funny when gas guzzling hot hatch drivers have to slow down to save petrol, if i rag it it might drop to 45 mpg, if i rag it I'll keep up with you on a twisty road, especially as you'll be washing out with power understeer, and 200 miles later you'll be pulling in for another expensive fill up, by the time you've paid for the juice i'll be 10 miles further down the road, smiling oh and you might have a fastish ford, but lets not kid ourselves here, it's hardly sounds better than a diesel compared to the noise that Lambo makes, I'll be recommending one of those noise things when Claire asks what she should get you for your birthday.

    Anyway listening to Nothing lasts.....awesome have a new rack now as well, and do you know it might just have made the sound better, or perhaps i'm imagining it, who knows, but sound seems subtly more 'whole'

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    the Lambo sounds like a thousand angels farting in unision

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    if i rag it it might drop to 45 mpg, if i rag it I'll keep up with you on a twisty road, especially as you'll be washing out with power understeer
    You are kidding right. A squirt of the throttle in 4th gear and I'd be saying ta ta.
    If yer getting 45 MPG when ragging it then you're not thrashing it enough. Oh no, hang on, that's because its hitting the rev limiter.
    I'd rather have power understeer than no power....hehe.

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    I was queuing for petrol the other day and a subaru with a very loud throbbing engine pulled up beside me with three poser kids inside. All I could think of while avoiding looking over (because they want people to look and think they're impressing everyone) was 'wankers'.

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