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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-13-2002, 03:21 PM Thread Starter
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ahh hah secrets to making a honda fast!

how to go fast in a honda and get the honeys!!!!

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-14-2002, 01:29 PM
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how to go fast in a honda and get the honeys!!!!



crack me up I just saw this. hahahahahahaha

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i have a civic. now its time to make it fast using the tips i found in that helpful tutorial! lol

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Hey wait, I have a civic, too. And, come to think of it, I do kinda need new bumpers.. mine are all scratched and crap.
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I think better mirrors would be first on your list Max!

New bumbers would cost Max more than the car is worth

Then again, it's paid for. Unlike my car

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I think better mirrors would be first on your list Max!


i (obviously) have never seen your civic.....and i send my deepest sympathies that you own one....but if mirrors are a problem, i've seen alot of ricers with m3 mirrors.
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i (obviously) have never seen your civic.....and i send my deepest sympathies that you own one....but if mirrors are a problem, i've seen alot of ricers with m3 mirrors.
Haha, first off, you biaatch, Grover!

Secondly, I've got some mirrors for my car (it currently has no side mirrors and has a bunch of mechanical junk hanging off the left side where my dad scraped the mirror off), but I just haven't been able to put them on or get them put on yet.
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That tutorial was waaaay off. If only they new a 7 foot aluminum wing and some neon lites would have added over 100 horsepower




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Looks suspisiously like Marks Civic.D

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