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A few good..

things since my suspension..

I smoke less, maybe 3 a day (half a pack a day prior) = more monies.

No cage usage + no gas = more monies.

I see the bish less.

I hit the gym more often, making my goal of having the body of Floyd Mayweather reachable.

I drink less = more monies, more memories.

Taking public transportation is quite fun IMO (better if you have movies on the MP3 player).

Packing lunch = more monies, much healthier (although, eating spaghetti 3 days a row isn't so great).

Last but not least, i learned that relying on friends is teh suck.

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so all these things are down the tube when you get your license and car driving back?

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so all these things are down the tube when you get your license and car driving back?
Since the suspension, i realized that there's so much more that i can do besides driving aroung or sitting in my brothers basement, too bad i had to learn it this way. Maybe now's the time to actually start thinking of a career/school..maybe lol.

Tony, my suspension just started last week and court date is tomorrow, we shall find out if/when i'll be able to drive. Not sure how it was back then, but the 1st month, no driving at all, 2nd and 3rd month, JDP can be issued to drive to work and back. But, as i stated, i'm actually enjoying taking public transportation, only downside is lugging a backpack filled with gym gear and having to change in front of mens. Don't want to make em feel, umm, small.

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Damn, Rob, with all the monies you are saving you'll be able to afford Audi maintenance for another 6 months once you get her back.

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Damn, Rob, with all the monies you are saving you'll be able to afford Audi maintenance for another 6 months once you get her back.
Well, the RR will be paid off August of '08, so, i can use that money to pay it off now, or get a pasta rocket to be able to hang out with the snobs lol. Either that or get a cruiser, cause i'm sick of gear.

Audi's done with mods, only thing i really want is the RS6 SE exhaust. I want the car to sound meaaaaaaaaaan.

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Well, the RR will be paid off August of '08, so, i can use that money to pay it off now, or get a pasta rocket to be able to hang out with the snobs lol. Either that or get a cruiser, cause i'm sick of gear.

Audi's done with mods, only thing i really want is the RS6 SE exhaust. I want the car to sound meaaaaaaaaaan.
Nice. One of these days I'm going to finally see that ride of yours.

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Audi's done with mods, only thing i really want is the RS6 SE exhaust. I want the car to sound meaaaaaaaaaan.
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Nice. One of these days I'm going to finally see that ride of yours.
You'll like that view...

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Looks better with the Euro RS6 wheels. I need that exhaust though.





Absolut - Not much. Euro RS6 wheels/Falkens, H&R sport springs, H&R spacers, grooved Bilsteins (cheap c/o's), roof spoiler (off an M3, which happens to fit perfectly), A6 sport seats, A6 sport sways, RS6 front grill, MISC re codes (trans, locking recode), dual rear fog mod, fog light re-wire, knock off RS6 side mirrors.

No pics with the mods. I have stock pics of her in the VB garage. I'll try to get some once i detail it (stupid hand car wash guys at the dealer use cloth towels). I should bring a set of M/F towels when i bring her there. bastards.

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Absolut - Not much. Euro RS6 wheels/Falkens, H&R sport springs, H&R spacers, grooved Bilsteins (cheap c/o's), roof spoiler (off an M3, which happens to fit perfectly), A6 sport seats, A6 sport sways, RS6 front grill, MISC re codes (trans, locking recode), dual rear fog mod, fog light re-wire, knock off RS6 side mirrors.
is there any reason why audi doesn that single rear fog light or is that another weird german thing?

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is there any reason why audi doesn that single rear fog light or is that another weird german thing?
Beats me. One thing that is surprising, there's no door lock button on the passenger side. Good thing i stumbled onto that recoding/VAG thingamajig. 15mph = doors lock automatically.

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is there any reason why audi doesn that single rear fog light or is that another weird german thing?
Porsche also does the single rear fog light thing. I was showing Labdog the car when I first got it and he said, "dude, you've got a foglight out!"

My car also has one door lock button, its on the dash above the defroster. The window roll down buttons are on the center console and the ignition is on the left. Just have to be different.

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You'll like that view...

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Looks better with the Euro RS6 wheels. I need that exhaust though.
HAHAHAHA!!! Good one.

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Porsche also does the single rear fog light thing. I was showing Labdog the car when I first got it and he said, "dude, you've got a foglight out!"

My car also has one door lock button, its on the dash above the defroster. The window roll down buttons are on the center console and the ignition is on the left. Just have to be different.
Is there a way you can mod it so that both work? All you need is to get another socket(whatever it's called), drill out a new area (make sure to leave grooves) and a new bulb. Well, it won't really matter since it's only supposed to be used for winter/fog.

As for #'s, i'm only joshin, the thing is slower than molasses going down a chicks ass, i just llove how it handles at high speeds (more stable). And is it just me, or do cars drive better when they're clean??

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Is there a way you can mod it so that both work? All you need is to get another socket(whatever it's called), drill out a new area (make sure to leave grooves) and a new bulb. Well, it won't really matter since it's only supposed to be used for winter/fog.

As for #'s, i'm only joshin, the thing is slower than molasses going down a chicks ass, i just llove how it handles at high speeds (more stable). And is it just me, or do cars drive better when they're clean??
Too much work for one more light. I like having 1... its so Euro.

I was just curious. I wasn't about to do the whole "mines faster on paper" because I doubt mine is. Just plain curious.

Yes, they go much faster and drive better when clean. I've asked Santa for the Griot's random orbital car cleaning kit that comes with the clay bar.

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Too much work for one more light. I like having 1... its so Euro.

I was just curious. I wasn't about to do the whole "mines faster on paper" because I doubt mine is. Just plain curious.

Yes, they go much faster and drive better when clean. I've asked Santa for the Griot's random orbital car cleaning kit that comes with the clay bar.
LOL, i swear my car makes less noise (creaks) and rides a lot better when she's clean. As for power, the car's rated with 300hp and something close with tq. It's not fast, but fast enough for me. I wanted something with 4 doors, AWD, and faster than my Honda. i'm gonna ask my brother for a Porter Cable buffer for x-mas, my cheapo one is breaking down lol.

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LOL, i swear my car makes less noise (creaks) and rides a lot better when she's clean. As for power, the car's rated with 300hp and something close with tq. It's not fast, but fast enough for me. I wanted something with 4 doors, AWD, and faster than my Honda. i'm gonna ask my brother for a Porter Cable buffer for x-mas, my cheapo one is breaking down lol.
do you detail it yourself? i have black car too and keeping it clean sucks. i wanted to do a bad ass detail this summer but didn't get around to it.

i want that mirror-like gloss black look!

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do you detail it yourself? i have black car too and keeping it clean sucks. i wanted to do a bad ass detail this summer but didn't get around to it.

i want that mirror-like gloss black look!
Yeah, half assed detail jobs. I follow write ups from the board so it's no always so great. I wanted to detail in Oct but never got around to it. I don't order the good stuff either, i just go to the local store and grab whatever. If all goes well tomorrow i plan on doing it this weekend (If it's nice). I'll post pics and a write up of products used. It's a 6 yr old car so there's a lot of light scratches, especially on the hood. I bought a cheapo buffer from Harbor Freight.

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Yeah, half assed detail jobs. I follow write ups from the board so it's no always so great. I wanted to detail in Oct but never got around to it. I don't order the good stuff either, i just go to the local store and grab whatever. If all goes well tomorrow i plan on doing it this weekend (If it's nice). I'll post pics and a write up of products used. It's a 6 yr old car so there's a lot of light scratches, especially on the hood. I bought a cheapo buffer from Harbor Freight.
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If the car stays outside don't bother, looks like shitty weather for the next week +, with a slight break Sunday. I even put the damn bike on a tender and stands .
That's actually why i wanted to detail it, at least that way, once it gets nicer, the shit just slides off. I just got some new stuff so i'm a little excited to try it out. I've heard good things about 303 products (hard to facking find!) so i bought an assload of stuff.

As for autopia, i've read a few write ups from there, but i follow this guy Phil's on Audizine. He's a master detailer and his stuff always comes out stunning. I've ordered a few things (mostly pads) from him. Detailers Domain.

Here's a pic of a Lambo he just did. Lower pics show difference in teh hood. Wish mine looked like that.

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Here's a B5 S4 done by the same guy.

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That's actually why i wanted to detail it, at least that way, once it gets nicer, the shit just slides off. I just got some new stuff so i'm a little excited to try it out. I've heard good things about 303 products (hard to facking find!) so i bought an assload of stuff.

As for autopia, i've read a few write ups from there, but i follow this guy Phil's on Audizine. He's a master detailer and his stuff always comes out stunning. I've ordered a few things (mostly pads) from him. Detailers Domain.

Here's a pic of a Lambo he just did. Lower pics show difference in teh hood. Wish mine looked like that.

http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php?t=163211

Here's a B5 S4 done by the same guy.

http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php?t=169192
fak that, i don't think i'd be able to do that good of a job with my pep boys buffer. if it's around $250 then I could pay that once a year.

that Lambo is toight.

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fak that, i don't think i'd be able to do that good of a job with my pep boys buffer. if it's around $250 then I could pay that once a year.

that Lambo is toight.
Shiet, $250, i'd rather get a PC and try it out myself. I got a cheapo buffer for $20 and it works fine. Different speeds, etc etc, just a bit on the heavy side. I did a mini detail last Wed:

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Cars been sitting all week and it still looks clean. And yes, i am anal.

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Nice. One of these days I'm going to finally see that ride of yours.
How ironic you say that. Has anyone here actually seen your "bike"?
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How ironic you say that. Has anyone here actually seen your "bike"?
Yeah, it was out a few times this year. I took it to Strats twice, Panera once, and on some rides with WSE. You might see it even less next year.

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