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Old 01-21-2010, 04:56 PM   #1
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N/A or N/A?

So, which one guys!?

Remember, boost is for people that drink fruity beverages with little umbrellas in their glasses, order mochachokabochalate's, and shop at the Gap, wear shell necklaces and say "bra" and "bro" to you all the time, and eat chicklings fresh from the hatching.

N/A people drink hard liquor, coffee straight up black, spit fire, crap lightning, save kittens from tree's and rampant turbo's flying off cars, and combine their powers to form Captain Planet.



This is all backed up by absolute scientific fact. Choose your side wisely!
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N/A

Jim Beam, Wild Turkey, JW Black, Wild Turkey 101, coffee black every time.

Throttle response!
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looks like OldSkoolToys was indulging in some of that hard liquor before he made this poll!

I think he needs to go and crap lightning... he seems to overly full of it today.
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You're just jealous you never got an element ring. Don't worry! Captain Planet still loves you!
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Neither. NAWS FTMFW Yooooooooooo!
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Neither. NAWS FTMFW Yooooooooooo!
The power of Natural Aspiration compels you! The power of Natural Aspiration compels you! /fling Holy ITB's
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As I said to the other thread, FI is a bit feminine. I agree (besides the saving kittens part, I hate cats) with the N/A route.

With turbo, even a girl can drive fast. I prefer natural aspiration for its sound, linear curves, throttle response, reliability and high revving nature.


FI is good for diesels though...
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i love the boost in my MR2. don't make me pimpslap each and every one of you.

i still want the FT to be n/a.

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I wish i could say the same soon though.

I honestly would not mind a NA ft as long as it revs pretty high
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ITB's ?!?!?! on a flat four?!?!?!

OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG

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As I said to the other thread, FI is a bit feminine. I agree (besides the saving kittens part, I hate cats) with the N/A route.

With turbo, even a girl can drive fast. I prefer natural aspiration for its sound, linear curves, throttle response, reliability and high revving nature.


FI is good for diesels though...
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i love the boost in my MR2. don't make me pimpslap each and every one of you.

i still want the FT to be n/a.

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Slap him.

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cvbhjewfhvbewrivevcraaaaaaaaaa

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!! !!!!!
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ITB's ?!?!?! on a flat four?!?!?!

OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG

droooooolll
Can you do that? (i never worked with a flat motor before)

EDIT- after thinking about it I don't see why not. throttle linkage/ synchronization could suck.
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I think it'd be hilarious to hear this thing going "Tututututututu"....
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