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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-20-2007, 11:18 PM
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looks like, and nice avatar

btw thanks chills for letting me take that thing around the block, nice car man!



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Sweet shot Tony!

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You can see the problem with that model Porsche just peaking through....

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Hey Chills, you should get a bike AND ride it some day. Or doesn't Starbucks allow you in the drive thru with the Kawi?
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You can see the problem with that model Porsche just peaking through....
oil cooler?
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Sweet shot Tony!

That is a sweet shot....I did see it at Strats tonight. Did you take that pic tonight??? If you did you missed your calling in life

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What's up with no more free refills at Strats on Wednesday Nights??
It's more than worth patronizing them with some sales. Just order no ice next time. It's like getting 2 drinks in one.

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Hey Chills, you should get a bike AND ride it some day. Or doesn't Starbucks allow you in the drive thru with the Kawi?
Chills has a problem with looking at "shooting" stars when riding

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oil cooler?
Close. The mid-engine Boxster has twin, side radiators. (The 986 tiptronic-equipped and S models have an additional third center radiator for improved cooling, as does the Carrera 911 996)



I was referring to the air-cooled Porsche's superiority

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Outstanding car Chills. Thanks for letting me sit in it, now I have been trying to come up with ways to get (afford) one. Gotta love those seats and how they hug you. The attn. to detail inside was amazing, from the detail in the stitching down to the great inst. layout.

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post #14 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-22-2007, 08:02 AM
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wow, that came out well. I'll PM you mey e-mail address so you can send me the rest of the pics you took.

As for the radiator question, my Boxster is an S, so it has 3 radiators. *knock on wood* I haven't had any cooling problems, so I don't know about the air cooled engine's supiority.


As for the bike question, yes I still do have my 10R. I will be riding it every so often, but when it's really hot out (78 and up is really hot for Chills) I tend to take the car.


Under200, no problem. I'm glad you liked it. Next time I'll take you for a spin. As Ken found out it's a fun car to drive.

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I'm gonna say it again, protect that car with some Clear Guard. My father-in-law does this for a living and does a great job, not the greatest web site, but good way to get ahold of him

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I'm gonna say it again, protect that car with some Clear Guard. My father-in-law does this for a living and does a great job, not the greatest web site, but good way to get ahold of him

www.clearguardforcars.com

Thanks, but I already have it. If you look close enough you can see the line running from the wheel well up the side of the fender.

Yes, the stuff is worth the money.

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you've got the whole front end done? Didn't notice it on the fender, was looking at the hood and couldn't see the line at all. but at any rate smart move, definitly worth the money.

By the way can be done on motorcycles also, if anyone is looking into it.
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you've got the whole front end done? Didn't notice it on the fender, was looking at the hood and couldn't see the line at all. but at any rate smart move, definitly worth the money.

By the way can be done on motorcycles also, if anyone is looking into it.
Yep, whole front end is done. Plus the back half of all 4 wheel wells are also done. A very good investment.


Thanks Jesson.

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