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    Today, 05:40 PM
    bananaman, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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  • F16HTON's Avatar
    Today, 05:17 PM
    Pretty much every single move has been pre-calculated. Cancel all J1 and F1 work experience Visas and send Chinese scholars back before they get the chance to pillage intellectual property from our tech giants. 4-year graduates from schools such as UCI are gifted educational employment in excess of $80K per year by companies like Amazon, Google, Microsoft, etc. No first year employee is worth that kind of salary.
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  • Sticky2's Avatar
    Today, 05:10 PM
    Well, There we are:
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 04:59 PM
    Welcome Opinions, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • F16HTON's Avatar
    Today, 04:59 PM
    US wealth per capita, just over $400k per person, China just under $50K per person. We could bankrupt the entire Chinese nation by investing 13 cents of every dollar we have towards this undocumented fiscal matter.
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  • F16HTON's Avatar
    Today, 04:55 PM
    China is going to try to fuck @POTUS in any way they can in 2020. We need to crush their economy starting today. Drive forward with USMCA and incentivize any business who leaves China.
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  • Terry@BMS's Avatar
    Today, 04:51 PM
    Fuck China... Their entire economy is based on paying workers slave wages and killing them when they rebell, and copying other countries stuff and selling it back to them cheaper. I love how Trump is handling them.
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  • F16HTON's Avatar
    Today, 04:50 PM
    US GDP per capita just shy $60K, China just shy $9K. We need to leverage the remainder of the America’s as our strategic partners.
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  • F16HTON's Avatar
    Today, 04:46 PM
    Let’s go all the way and see which citizens have greater faith in their currency. 10:1 says we can easily outlast them.
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    Today, 03:21 PM
    E92Addict, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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  • Sticky2's Avatar
    Today, 02:25 PM
    Any thoughts on this Chinese trade war?
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  • Antigravity Batteries's Avatar
    Today, 12:44 PM
    Hey all... yes we do now offer a 60Ah Version of the Batteries for the H6/Group 48 and H7/Group94r sizes. But honestly you don't really need that unless you have alot of extra accessories or want you car to be able to sit about 3 months or more without putting it on a charger. It would also be a better option if you are driving or at or below freezing weather, or just want those extra Amp Hours. We have tested the the 30Ah and 40Ah a ton.... and Yes we make a 24Ah model but that is if you have a staight up Performance Car that you don't mind putting on a maintenance charger regularly and looking after it a llittle more since it is lower Capacity. Keep in mind all our new batteries have WIRELESS built-in Jump Starting... so you will always be able to start the car again, or get into your frunk even if you left the lights on or a stereo on accidently. So that is a cool feature.... but we don't want you using the built-in Jump Starting as a regular feature... so you should buy the right size battery that would allow you about 6- 8 weeks of the car sitting in storage and not needing to be put on a mainatainer. So usually the 30 Ah and 40Ah versions are the go to batteries for mostly street use. If you have a GT3 then they has a slightly lower Parasitic draw than the Turbos ( I'm talking 991 varients) so the 30 is a good option for the GT3... and the Turbo which usually has heated seats and such might be better with a 40Ah. But both will work. We know that the 991s and later have a VERY LOW parasitic draw on them, where as the earlier 996 and 997 have a higher parasitic drain on the batteries. OUr GT3 RS can sit for over 2 month in our 2016 GT3RS and easily start the vehicle 2 months later. If you have Cameras, or Radar detectors that stay on they can reduce that time... so be aware of that. With extra accessories you want more Amp Hours since even a small cigarette lighter charger can draw significantly on any battery. Any other questions let me know.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 12:35 PM
    Well, the 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette pricing is indeed a great value. The 1LT does come in under $60k as GM promised at $59,995. Realistically though the car is going to cost you in the low 60's even stripped down. The 2LT increases to $67,295 and the 3LT to $71,945. Even if you get some options with the 3LT and go over $80k it is still the best value in town. These are going to fly off lots.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 12:31 PM
    Well, the 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette pricing is indeed a great value. The 1LT does come in under $60k as GM promised at $59,995. Realistically though the car is going to cost you in the low 60's even stripped down. The 2LT increases to $67,295 and the 3LT to $71,945. Even if you get some options with the 3LT and go over $80k it is still the best value in town. These are going to fly off lots.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 11:51 AM
    What do you even say about a motor like this? Clearly a lot of work went into it but it is more display piece than useable at this point. The gold work, the engraving, it all looks absolutely incredible and expensive but for what purpose? Maybe just to do it. Yes, that is a Rolex you see an oil cap. Apparently this motor is built to handle 1000 hp but it is doubtful it will ever do anything but look pretty. It sure is a different take on a 2JZ build.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 11:46 AM
    I don't think so as we are still filling spots.
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  • newb335guy's Avatar
    Today, 11:45 AM
    Wednesday,Thursday, Friday, night or Saturday day or night this week coming doable?
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 11:15 AM
    Hey Dameegrease: :text-welcomewave:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 11:13 AM
    If you are not aware BMW is heavily sandbagging output with turbo M motors then you simply have not been paying attention for the past decade. Here is yet another example in the new 2020 BMW F98 X4M Competition and its S58 motor which is rated at 503 horsepower. Well, here it is making 520 horsepower to all four wheels in Arizona 119 degree heat on 91 octane pump gas: BMW's horsepower ratings are just a joke at this point. They say 503 at the crank and it has more than that at all four wheels. This is easily a 600+ horsepower car. Even if you go with conservative 15% drivetrain losses which are traditionally reserved on a Dynojet for a RWD manual vehicle that would mean output is 611 crank horsepower. If you go with 20% losses, we are talking 650 horsepower. The G80 M3 gets this same S58 motor and basic drivetrain in a lighter package. 600+ horsepower only makes sense. Why? BMW since the E46 M3 increases horsepower by approximately 75 whp each generation. They simply started sandbagging with the F80 M3 massively. E46 M3 - 275 whp E92 M3 - 350 whp F80 M3 - 425 whp G80 M3 - ~500 awhp The E92 M3 to F80 M3 horsepower rating went from 414 to 425 at the crank. Yet, wheel output increased by 75+ horses. Explain that. With the G80 prepare for a dragster that will be well into the 10's tune only.
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  • BLKROKT's Avatar
    Today, 11:07 AM
    I can do any time on the 1st. Early PST is fine. Joe I have one of my guys for you. Sending PM now.
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  • Flinchy's Avatar
    Today, 11:00 AM
    My brain says "get the 60ah, it makes sense as it matches up with the 60ah AGM profile and barely weighs more!" My heart says "get the 30ah it weighs AND costs less" hahahah
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    Today, 10:58 AM
    Welcome travhintz, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • Arin@APR's Avatar
    Today, 10:45 AM
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