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Old 08-25-2009, 08:11 AM
 
Location: Back in Defo....WI
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So your car with a hole in the muffler and the annoyingly loud radio is supposed to sound better than children crying (or playing) and some dogs barking?
It's a little humor, that's all........ point is what is annoying to one may be different then to another. And yes I have a child and am a dog lover.
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Old 08-25-2009, 08:27 AM
 
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It's a little humor, that's all........ point is what is annoying to one may be different then to another. And yes I have a child and am a dog lover.
Gotcha
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Old 08-25-2009, 01:31 PM
 
Location: Islip Township
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I'd sooner have these bikers get hit than ride around purposefully annoying everyone. It is a painful noise and should be made illegal.
With respect, very little respect.
Are you sure you want to stand behind what you said ?
I'd sooner have these Bikers get hit.

Very foolish thing to say. How would explain that to a Police officer at the scene ? His pipes were loud so I hit him/them ? Do you feel your justified in doing so. You honestly don't want to Hit a Biker .
We have a very long memory.
Be safe, drive safe and listen for the Pipes when your not looking where you should.
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Old 08-25-2009, 01:38 PM
 
Location: San Fernando Valley, CA
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It is no different than a new Z06 Corvette in terms of acceleration. It has way more power than you can use on the street, but they still will sell it to you. However, if you use the power, its tickets galore. Same thing goes for a high power factory stereo in terms of noise ordinances.
Yeah, I always love the Lexus or high end car commercials where the car has tinted windows, tinted windshield and is driving reckless while speeding. Great way to market a car...illegally. lol
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Old 08-25-2009, 01:42 PM
 
Location: San Fernando Valley, CA
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Not in Texas.


Oh, and 15"s? Type-R's?

Please. Amateurs.
This isn't really the time to get in a pissing match.
8"-18"s...who cares? I enjoy my 15"s...but I'm sure you want to tell me how your single 10" will outperform my 15"s because of the box and because you run a Fi subs or something special.

BTW my 15"s are the top model eD's...I like the sound.
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Old 08-25-2009, 01:46 PM
 
Location: San Bruno, CA
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With respect, very little respect.
Are you sure you want to stand behind what you said ?
I'd sooner have these Bikers get hit.

Very foolish thing to say. How would explain that to a Police officer at the scene ? His pipes were loud so I hit him/them ? Do you feel your justified in doing so. You honestly don't want to Hit a Biker .
We have a very long memory.
Be safe, drive safe and listen for the Pipes when your not looking where you should.
I'm a very careful driver and havenít had a single at fault accident (and 2 where I've been hit). If you treat people like crap (which is what these bikers are doing) you get treated like crap. Loud pipes save lives is a great excuse but thatís all it is. People get them for the noise not for safety (otherwise they'd be wearing a full helmet and gear). Are they saving their lives by revving the motor at a traffic light with exhaust noise blaring into everyoneís ears?
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Old 08-25-2009, 01:47 PM
 
Location: San Bruno, CA
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Not in Texas.


Oh, and 15"s? Type-R's?

Please. Amateurs.
If you want to down talk the Alpine Type-R sub I suggest you post some good reasons because the Type-R has long been known as a very well performing sub.
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Old 08-25-2009, 02:02 PM
 
Location: Islip Township
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1] not all are Harleys, some rice rockets are louder.
2] The Loud pipes get idiots attention, so you don't cut us off , or run us over while your
on the Cell
Reading
playing with the GPS


to increase the perceived size of their testicles


Or hit the ones that think its cool for them to take up all 3 lanes of traffic in parade formation because they think that riding with thier buddies allows them the privledge to own the rode.
Well now we heard from another Jerk.
How about you grow a set and try it. You have any idea of the out come of purposly trying to run down a biker .?
The parade formation just may be The Patriot Guard escorting a Service member to his last resting place [ or comming home in one piece]
Or maybe A charity run where we the Bikers PAY to ride together. YES pay. Most charity runs are for KIDS.
How about you live up to your big mouth. On long Island in september there are 2 runs. Just look it up and show up with your cage.
We hope to see you.
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Old 08-25-2009, 02:20 PM
 
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Well now we heard from another Jerk.
How about you grow a set and try it. You have any idea of the out come of purposly trying to run down a biker .?
The parade formation just may be The Patriot Guard escorting a Service member to his last resting place [ or comming home in one piece]
Or maybe A charity run where we the Bikers PAY to ride together. YES pay. Most charity runs are for KIDS.
How about you live up to your big mouth. On long Island in september there are 2 runs. Just look it up and show up with your cage.
We hope to see you.
Hell yes. I would rather spend the day with a group of "trashy bikers" than many other groups.

The Patriot Guard stood by at a good friends funeral (law enforcement officer line of duty) Any time they show for a fallen soldier it makes me proud.

The causes they get behind and ride for I agree with. And I happen to like the loud pipes too.

It takes a special breed of ******* to want to run down a biker.
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Old 08-25-2009, 02:47 PM
 
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Hell yes. I would rather spend the day with a group of "trashy bikers" than many other groups.

The Patriot Guard stood by at a good friends funeral (law enforcement officer line of duty) Any time they show for a fallen soldier it makes me proud.

The causes they get behind and ride for I agree with. And I happen to like the loud pipes too.

It takes a special breed of ******* to want to run down a biker.
Hey genius, why dont you fix your post. You quoted me but I never posted that.
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