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Lumberjack 02-10-2011 12:17 AM

New Jeep owner stationed at Fairchild AFB
 
Hi all,

I recently purchased a 2000 wrangler sport and it is my first jeep. For the past 10 years i have built imports, two in which had 16 page spreads in magazines for being the two fastest acura rsx type s in the country. So, i am not new to building cars but I am new to the Jeep world. I was sick of building high boosted cars and spending thousands upon thousands to have 600+ whp for no reason (speed limit is 70 max so why have the extra power if i can not use it up here). So i decided to buy a vehicle that was the complete opposite of being lower to the ground, 600+whp and something that is going to be able to handle a beating Jeep is where i ended and i am glad i did! :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:

I am in the USAF currently stationed at Fairchild AFB. I was in the Special Operations Pararescue pipeline before i got injured and in the hospital for a while. If you are stationed at FAFB or around the spokane, WA area let me know. I would definitely like to meet other jeep owners etcetera.

Well, after all is said and done i can not wait to do more to my Jeep and have fun. :punk:

-Paul

Mitchness 02-15-2011 02:39 PM

Welcome to the other end of the spectrum. I can relate. I have my '93 del Sol that I'll be having the engine re/built this summer in prep for boost. Need the extra horses to get back into AutoX. :thumb:

The Jeep on the other hand is definitely a refresher from the tuner scene. Much more laid back and more about pushing the extreme capabilities of suspension. I think you'll enjoy yourself. :dance:

You're heading out to 7 Mile this weekend, right?


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