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For all you old people who love those old junk cars
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For all you old people who love those old junk cars - May 23, 2012, 08:11 PM

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So in summary you're a little bitch, nobody believes your bitchass about anything, you look like a bitch, you sound like a whiny bitch and you've probably been a bitch for a long time.

All I want to know, how old were you when you realized you were a bitch? or did someone else have to tell you?

The only thing you can Jocky is the keyboard, so why dont you stfu Bitch

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May 23, 2012, 08:45 PM

Nice restomod, a little low on the power though


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May 23, 2012, 08:46 PM

awesome car, but is it really 125,000 dollars awesome?


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So in summary you're a little bitch, nobody believes your bitchass about anything, you look like a bitch, you sound like a whiny bitch and you've probably been a bitch for a long time.

All I want to know, how old were you when you realized you were a bitch? or did someone else have to tell you?

The only thing you can Jocky is the keyboard, so why dont you stfu Bitch

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Nice restomod, a little low on the power though
Not really, well I guess depends what do you want out of the car. For anything other than drag racing, this car "should" be awesome. 320RWHP on a light car can be scary, 420hp is insane.

I wanted 400hp out of my POS bucket, and ended up getting 33X something out of it for different reasons. I lie to you not, all that power is scary (on the streets)

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awesome car, but is it really 125,000 dollars awesome?

Agree! There's probably $4K in wheels/tires alone. Looks good, but not $125K good.
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May 24, 2012, 06:43 AM

Depends what you are used to. I have 500hp, and I can always use more: I always want to have over-steer as an option

Jokes aside, 300 (real) hp on that little thing are more than the chassis can handle anyway so I'm pretty sure it delivers more thrills than necessary the way it sits.


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May 24, 2012, 06:51 AM

wonder what the power to weight ratio is?


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Hmmmm... From the builder: "The interior of this car is 100% stock and 100% PERFECT. I had to track down every piece and replace it or restore it. This is why this car took nearly 4 years (at 40hrs/wk) to finish"...

I'm sorry, that's 7680 hours of build... Give me a break... I'm sure it's a great build, but that is just a load of crap. Makes me doubt all the other claims.


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May 24, 2012, 08:45 AM

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He's never seen my daily driver - but you have to ignore the body rust and thrashed interior.


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wonder what the power to weight ratio is?

OEM curb weight was 2350lbs. I assume this car should be at that weight at a min, since the SR engine is in aluminum, vs the OEM cast iron inline 6.
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May 24, 2012, 09:51 AM

That's a beast and well done. My bro just transplanted an S2000 motor and turbo'ed it into his 83 RX-7. Will be close to 400hp at the wheels with nearly an identical weight as this Z. I have not ridden it in yet, but scary would be probably be an understatement.
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May 24, 2012, 10:52 AM

Try driving it instead of riding it, should be a better experience


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That's a beast and well done. My bro just transplanted an S2000 motor and turbo'ed it into his 83 RX-7. Will be close to 400hp at the wheels with nearly an identical weight as this Z. I have not ridden it in yet, but scary would be probably be an understatement.
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