HA... I didnt even notice your sig the other day and that you got a wrx. Thats awesome, Dawn., Im glad you love it.Chris, I am so absolutely positively over the moon off my rocker in love with this car. I love my Z. I still love the Si but my god am I ever happy I bought this damned thing.
But I would still :leghump: your car if you were my neighbor.
Theyre insanely useful... especially the new hatch style (part of why I got it). I mean, just the other day I had a 20ft ladder on the roof, a full size door w/ frame, 6 bags of concrete, a 4"x4"x10' in the hatch with both my wife and I in the car.Yes and you are so right. I actually think I like this car more than both the Z and the Si. Its so incredibly useful.
Blobeyes are my favorite... I actually hope to get one eventually and make it a track-only car. But thats a few years away from fruitionI got my first scooby wave the other day buy a dude in a GORGEOUS WRB Blobeye STI. Yeah. :leghump:
What up, dude!? Long time no see. I sitll have your stock headunit if you want it back. I obviously have no use for it.I hope it has more room than our MS3.. I am unimpressed with the hatch room in this car... barely fits my golf clubs. I did just order a 76mm dp back exhaust for it today.. not that that frees up any cargo space!! and what up Chris!!!! long time no see, whens the next track day????????
Yep, same here. Clubs fit perfectly :thumb:My clubs fit perfectly in my STi's trunk. They lay sideways and leave room for other stuff too.
Wow... thats a long wait. I guess its more popular in other areas. I was able to get the classroom portion done this past weekend, and will do the riding portion July 10-11.Nice man! I have been looking into the 2008 CBR600RR myself! Graffiti Black is my pick. I am taking my Basic Rider Course in September, they are all booked until then!
Its all about being responsible. I dont want to make any assumptions... but out of all the motorcycle incidents I have heard about/seen... the rider was heavily to blame.If i get a Bike i want a CBR 2 it just seems 2 risky esp seeing people getting killed left and right..
O i understand lol its the AssHats on the road 2 we have to worry about but that's a sweet bike enjoy dude..Its all about being responsible. I dont want to make any assumptions... but out of all the motorcycle incidents I have heard about/seen... the rider was heavily to blame.
Ohio is very similar, except for the classroom part. All I have to do it go to the DMV, pass the test and I have my permit. Then once I take the Basic Rider Course, I do a quick exam and They give me the new license right there....The way they run it here is after the classroom, you actually take a 50 multi-choice question exam at the end. If you pass (i got 100% and finished in 3min :dance, then you're allowed to take the on-road portion of the class. After that, youre given an on-road test and, if you pass... you earn your license. No need to go back to the DMV and retake a test.
I considered getting a Ninja 250 but I don't want to hate my bike 6 months in and have to buy another one. Like Phalanx said, its all about rider responsibility.If i get a Bike i want a CBR 2 it just seems 2 risky esp seeing people getting killed left and right..