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Not a real big fan of the whole 'widebody' theme, but this surprised me. I like the philosophy behind the build. He could have taken the easy way out and slapped on a turbo or supercharger and FRP overfenders, but he didn't. Being a huge NA fan, I especially liked the custom ITBs. No one in the industry seems to have the balls to pull that off.


I wouldn't say that it looks 'unique'. From afar, it looks just like every single Rocket Bunny build out there. It's all in the little details that sets this particular car apart from the sea of the same 'unique' and 'one of a kind' Rocket Bunny builds.

1 month ago on No Cutting Corners: The Weld FR-S

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Now THIS is a build! Why doesn't SH post more articles like these? I'm sure most people, including myself are getting tired of non-functional stance and Rocket Bunny-type builds.

1 month, 1 week ago on RADBUL: Balancing Form With Function

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An Audi that hates corners? What else is new?

1 month, 1 week ago on An Audi That Hates Corners

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Volvo is awesome! They're one of those companies you can't hate. You either love them, or feel quite neutral about them. I mean, how many people has anyone met that has said, "Man, I hate Volvo!" I'll tell you; NO ONE.

1 month, 1 week ago on Triple Boost: Volvo’s 450hp 2.0L Four

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Looks really nice. BUT I stopped reading after this:


"The smooth EJ20 up front provides strong acceleration whenever it’s needed, despite the fact that this car is an automatic transmission variant. It’s not the enthusiast’s choice that’s for sure, but as Yahagi said, it does make it easier to drive around town and on longer journeys when they need to travel to remote locations for shows and events."


Awesome mods, but seems like a waste on an auto.

1 month, 1 week ago on A Tailor Dressed In Varis Clothes

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That's an exceedingly and needlessly complicated solution to a simple problem. Nevertheless, I can appreciate the engineering that went in to this marvel.

1 year, 9 months ago on The Triflux

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