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Old 06-02-2011, 12:54 PM   #1
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Regear Trivia-

Well, I've already told you all about the HP/mileage/off-road advantages of my gear choice, so here's a few pic's of the ORI race shop I had swap the gears--

Here as I pull into the shop





OOOOOOPPS--wrong folder !!

Anyway, here the stuff they're working on right now





And this H2 (mod) Hummer they raced this last weekend-

It's owned and driven my the "Mustang" Madam-kewl huh !!





It's highly modified/w race prepped/roll caged/harness's/fuel cell/skids/alum v8 and still weighs over 6000 lbs

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Old 06-03-2011, 10:13 AM   #2
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That's probably one of the few H2's I'd drive. I like the H3's and the H1's, but the H2 never did anything for me.

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Old 06-03-2011, 10:17 AM   #3
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Yuck no way I would own anything that said or resembled a Hummer. Underpowered and overhyped.
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Old 06-03-2011, 10:18 AM   #4
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Yuck no way I would own anything that said or resembled a Hummer. Underpowered and overhyped.
So it's like the J/K's?
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Old 06-03-2011, 10:25 AM   #5
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Heh Heh, well you drive what you want, but this Hummer (H2) has an all aluminum 400+HP v8 and multiple suspension/brakes/tranny/diff/ upgrades-


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That's probably one of the few H2's I'd drive. I like the H3's and the H1's, but the H2 never did anything for me.
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So it's like the J/K's?
Course it might take a little off-road experience to driveit

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Old 06-03-2011, 10:30 AM   #6
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I wouldn't mind the H3T Alpha, mainly because it's a pickup truck version and well, I love trucks, especially one's that are designed for offroad use. Power-wagon (older style), Raptor, ZR2, H3T, etc......


So Jim, did you check the Madam's oil for her? Depending on the engine, it may have been a dry sump version. LOL
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Old 06-03-2011, 10:33 AM   #7
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Kind of fits.......a madam and a hummer
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You can only polish a turd so far before you realize it still a turd Jimbo
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Heh Heh, no She won't let ANYBODY nearit, except the ORI crew and it isn't a "dry sump" but has race oil pump/pan/distr systems-


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So Jim, did you check the Madam's oil for her? Depending on the engine, it may have been a dry sump version. LOL
I'm not sure of the reason they chose the H2 vs H3, but theres not much left of the original H2 -it looks like one of those "Baja 1000" race Toyotas inside !!-

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Too bad, lol.


So why didn't you get any pics of the Madam?
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She was "busy"-


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Too bad, lol.


So why didn't you get any pics of the Madam?
Besides at $2500 bucks an hour-

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that's nothing! You could've just gave her your Jeep for a "Hummer".....jus kidding on that one. LOL
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Heh Heh, not the way she drives-you outta see the other side of the H2 !


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You can only polish a turd so far before you realize it still a turd Jimbo
This is a "MADAMS" turd !!

Kinda like being asked by Pamela Anderson-to hold her surf board !!

Well maybe not, but---

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Yikes, you didnt have to bring that silicone bandit into this thread didya? She's nastier than that hummer lol......hell maybe its me having bad taste
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Heh Heh, yea, she has beem "worked" on, I'm just thinking back to "Baywatch" days and she was spectacular-


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Ya just can't keep up withem--

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Nah, some things arent worth a second glance from me....ahhh, TGIF boys

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