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I am trading my 2002 is auto for a 2003 is stick, I will have about 800.00 extra to play with. Need some help figuring out the best way to spend it. Suggestions?
 

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TESTING :D :) :( :eek:
 

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hey

well I am already saving for a turbo but this is a gift from someone and I cant just ask for the money.
 

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Re: hey

sidetracked3 said:
well I am already saving for a turbo but this is a gift from someone and I cant just ask for the money.
Someone is paying for you to get a newer car?


Care to explain before or after the flames begin?
 

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make some quality investments...start saving for a turbo kit.
Funny how you have to make quality investments to turn right around and spend the money on a very (technically) poor one. :wink:

Don't take that the wrong way.... thats why I said technically. I want FI for my car too no matter how "bad" an idea it is just because the car would be so dang fun to drive, but there are much better ways to spend 6k-10k.
 

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hey

No I am paying for the car, My wife wants me to figure out what I want for Christmas. She usually will spend arounf that much. Sometimes.
 

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sidetracked3 said:
No I am paying for the car, My wife wants me to figure out what I want for Christmas. She usually will spend arounf that much. Sometimes.
Heck, have her just spend $400 but make her install them for you! :wink: And make sure she lets you take pics!
 

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get some pimp'T ahz gear so when you n your boys are out at night, can scoop up those delicious honeys that just make you drool! :lol:

jk, 800 bones can take u a long way
 

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well...my advice would be to get a v1 first of all and then u can spend the rest on getting the car tinted and if u still have some money left, pay me for my advice. :lol:

Trust me, these initial things, you would NEVER regret and would ALWAYS help for as long as u have the car.
 

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well...my advice would be to get a v1 first of all and then u can spend the rest on getting the car tinted and if u still have some money left, pay me for my advice. :lol:

Trust me, these initial things, you would NEVER regret and would ALWAYS help for as long as u have the car.
how does tint help?
 

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A skin specialist could better explain it. it definitly helps ur skin by keeping the harsh sunlight away. I dont remember exactly but it was explained to me that there are certain rays in the sunlight dat damage ur skin cells besides the one that are good for our skin.

and ofcourse it makes the car looks a lot better IMO.

Hope it helped. :chill:
 
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