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There truly is a god !!!

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by grim, Nov 14, 2007.

  1. grim

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    Nissan Skyline GTR
    3.8 V6 twin turbo
    474 BHP

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    more here :rocks

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  2. Shepherdess

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    Then I am an atheist :wink:
     
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  3. drum_dude

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    10 miles to the gallon at £1.05 per litre of super unleaded...I don't believe God would introduce such a car! The work of Gordon Brown if you ask me!
     
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  4. grim

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    well i am actually, it's just a figure of speech :p

    i want one waaaaaah :cry:

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  5. grim

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    i don't care the penguins and polar bears can suffer i'd quite hapily contribute to global warming driving one of those :biggrin

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    I was refering to your WALLET! 10 miles to the Gallon at over a quid a litre? You'll be bankrupted within a week! LOL!!!!!
     
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    If you can afford a car like that, then the cost of petrol does not matter.

    I was lucky enough to have a go in BMW M6 a while ago, very rapid and about 16 mpg, will never be able to afford it though, not at 86k :(
     
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    Classic! LOL :D
     
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  9. drum_dude

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    Very true GBL :p
     
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  10. Shepherdess

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    I know :D
     
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  11. Boycie
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    If you have a car like that;

    a) someone else is paying for it b) you are claiming back VAT and probably paying very little tax anyhow! :p
     
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  12. grim

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    yeah i know, i only drive 3 miles to the train station LoL

    pffft i wouldn't use super i'd use V-spec :)

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    Gee...I dunno...:rolleyes:

    Of course, I'd want a hard top...

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    Don't be teasin' me like that, grim... :ohmy
     
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  15. grim

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    i prefer hard tops as they always out perform convertibles plus it rains alot here :)

    6.2 V8 = 436bhp
    3.8 V6 = 470bhp

    you just gotta love the way japanese tune their cars

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    if you want fast try the caparo

    3.5 V8 = 575 bhp (1000 bhp per ton)

    0-60mph in 2.5s

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    its a force fed six cylinder, you can pull the same horsepower quite easily out of a turbo 4 cylinder. i know i've been there done that even though i'm a muscle car guy. the z06 out paces that skyline in every test except 0-60 and it gets better mileage. think about this though the skyline will be running lower boost than it can hand, no doubt, so you'll probably be able to crank another 6-10 psi out of the turbo system to bump the power up some more. then again chevy is releasing a supercharged 6.2 litre corvette... :twisted:
     
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    grim,

    I'm glad you've finally come to the realization that you stated in the title to this thread..... :biggrin
     
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    Where do you put the Christmas shopping? :biggrin
     
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    you'd have to pop to halfords for a roof rack :D

    i seriously don't think it would be too comfy driving long distances either

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