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Old 01-25-2008, 10:51 AM   #1
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Wouldn't that be "Lack of flex"?

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He hit the "switches" for some 3-wheel motion!!!
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Old 01-25-2008, 12:52 PM   #4
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I can't see dumping 70-80G's on a Porch and then go mudding. Just can't get my head around it.
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I can't see dumping 70-80G's on a Porch and then go mudding. Just can't get my head around it.
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on our last meeting we saw a cayenne driver (who ordered the additional offroad package) with stock street tires. he really wanted to drive where we drove.

all that ended with broken plastic parts an all 4 sides of the cayenne. i hope he´ll never try something like that again.

it´s really stupid to believe what the ads say. a cayenne isn´t an ofroader.
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Tokyo mud drifting! But seriously... Why did he think that was okay?
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The first pic made me laugh. But for some reason, the mudding relaxed me and the motor sounded pretty wicked. I'm sure that was the Turbo Cay.

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Tokyo mud drifting! But seriously... Why did he think that was okay?
Some people either don't have the mental capacity to think for themselves, or are just too lazy to think for themselves. I was an unoffical offroad park around my way, watching a tractor pull out a lifted 2500 dodge diesel that was stuck in a mud hole. Some dude comes over and goes, "DUDE! Theres a brand new F150 stuck over here and the dudes PISSED." Naturally, I want to see this shiet! I go over, and its a BRAND NEW.. Detailed with temp tag..Harley davidson F150. Supercharged, chrome wheels, sport tires etc.. stuck in mud that was ALMOST up the the bottom of his rim. Dude was running around throwing shit he was so pissed. Said the dealer told him it would go ANYWHERE and it couldn't even make it in the entrance to our little BS park. Long story short, the tractor yanked him out, ripping his air deflector off in the process, and dude left saying he was on his way to the dealer "to get his money back, yo."

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on our last meeting we saw a cayenne driver (who ordered the additional offroad package) with stock street tires. he really wanted to drive where we drove.

all that ended with broken plastic parts an all 4 sides of the cayenne. i hope he´ll never try something like that again.

it´s really stupid to believe what the ads say. a cayenne isn´t an ofroader.
did you get any pictures??????? or know anyone that did???
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Cayenne driver has enough money to buy a porsche but not enough sense to buy good A/T or M/T tires for hitting the trails
a normal porsche driver doesn´t know that AT and MT tirs exist...
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a normal porsche driver doesn´t know that AT and MT tirs exist...
A "normal" Porsche driver does not get their car wet let alone muddy.

I have to admit, I do love the sound it makes.
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Everybody knows that to get a Porsche to flex, you have to unhook the swaybar!!
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Old 08-07-2008, 10:31 PM   #17
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Wow! The shovel is strong with this one.
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haha, yea definitely... it made me laugh so i posted in it....
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Save your money!

If you want a GoFast SUV get a...



with the money you have left over you can get a 2008 Rubicon too.
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with the money you have left over you can get a 2008 Rubicon too.

i couldn't agree more!
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with the money you have left over you can get a 2008 Rubicon too.
God, I drove one yesterday, my customer who owns a body shop parked my TJ in and I needed to run out for a couple of battery backups so he said 'here, take my jeep'. What a ride. Thirty miles in to town, thirty back. If I had one I'd loose my license pretty quick, thats a set of wheels that can get you in trouble.
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God, I drove one yesterday, my customer who owns a body shop parked my TJ in and I needed to run out for a couple of battery backups so he said 'here, take my jeep'. What a ride. Thirty miles in to town, thirty back. If I had one I'd loose my license pretty quick, thats a set of wheels that can get you in trouble.
Yea, a guy i know here in town works at a dodge/jeep dealership and does their specialty vehicles, so basically thats all he sells
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Srt8!

During my time selling Chrysler Jeep & Dodge in San Antonio...

I bet I sold 30 - 35 SRT8s.

I only know of one person who did NOT get a ticket...

But; he is the District Attorney in Victoria *SO* I don't think he counts!
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During my time selling Chrysler Jeep & Dodge in San Antonio...

I bet I sold 30 - 35 SRT8s.

I only know of one person who did NOT get a ticket...

But; he is the District Attorney in Victoria *SO* I don't think he counts!
The funny thing is that when you are in the wall street area of NYC all the 'law enforcement' special agents that infest the area in plain clothes drive muscle cars, they have special parking passes for the street and basically line the place. Same with the police, they drive hemi's, just in case there is a high speed chase they need to get involved in.. For those of you who have never been there the chances of a high speed chase are pretty slim unless you consider 35mph high speed. At 40 you are going to hit a transit bus, tour bus, fire truck, ambulance, police car, police horse, tourist, tractor trailer, taxi cab, limo, UPS, FedEx, airborne, post office truck, homeland security, or a garbage truck.

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