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So why is it, that no one uses the blog feature? Is this just another test brought on by the admins? is it going to end up like the chat box?


Today a young man on acid realised that all matter is just energy condensed to a slow vabration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream and we are the imagination of ourselves, Here's tom with the weather. :D



Alright, with the overwhelming amount of parts I have for z31's and VG's I decided, that my next motor is going to be a vg33et with a nice t4 or gt40 turbo, intercooler, wastegate, pop off valve, nistune...etc motor complete is $303 from picknpull with a 6 month warranty, the trans i already have and I'll just have my driveshaft shortened! :flamedevi:flamedevi:burnout:


getting to know Hoov.

Well here's and intro to what got me into cars.


I guess if i had to pin point a date, it would have started when i was abut 4-5 years old, my uncle had been into z cars ever since they came out and he had this black 280z that I took a ride in and loved it every minute of riding in that car. He rolled it and scrapped it about a year after that and never touched a z car since. all during my child hood, some way or another I was fiddling with some sort of motor or electronics, or taking something apart and (sometimes) putting it back together. I remember my uncle Chris, used to bring parts home from work, when my Aunt was watching me and let me take them apart.


early in my teens I got involved with R/C cars and electronics, about when i was 14-15 I bought my first z car, a 81 280zx, that needed alot of love, a few months later I bought my first s30, a 72 240z roller that was in line for the crusher, with the intentions of dropping the motor from my s130 into the s30, I came to the conclusion that it was too much project for me and sold it. All while i drove my faithful little 95 z32 around, until it met its fate with the front end of a ford.



Fast forward about 5 years and a ton of z cars and I'm stuck with my dead 92 z32 and my 73 s30, both of which are bipolar at the moment, because they can't decide which motor they want...



I never thought it could be so hard to choose a new motor. What i actually mean to say, is that i never actually thought this guy would be serious about buying it.


to tell you the truth, I actually don't want a small block in my z, for the specific reason of, just being able to take the car out and going for a random cruise to wherever, like what i used to do in my other z's.


Kind of funny, now that i think about it, how much cruising and listening to music can clear out your head and calm you down.


I guess, its time to start a vg33et project...

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