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Old 10-09-2013, 09:33 PM   #106
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Ha true but i would be more worried about how the rain brings out the ****** in drivers
That happened to me today, it rained kinda good in south VA, dang people forget how to drive when it rains, you can still safely go the speed limit people!!! Maybe slightly over, but do give people a little more space than usual.
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Ha true but i would be more worried about how the rain brings out the ****** in drivers
I've ridden in the rain a few times on my old GSXR and it's not as bad as you think. It is dangerous yes but the as you said the other drivers are much more dangerous than the road conditions. I got stuck in a tornado strength rain once with nothing but my leather jacket, pants and full face helmet and I expected it to be terrible but it honestly wasn't that bad.
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I've ridden in the rain a few times on my old GSXR and it's not as bad as you think. It is dangerous yes but the as you said the other drivers are much more dangerous than the road conditions. I got stuck in a tornado strength rain once with nothing but my leather jacket, pants and full face helmet and I expected it to be terrible but it honestly wasn't that bad.
Sketchhhh haha i can imagine it wouldn't be bad just gotta watch out for retards iv seen a few cars that haven't seen guys on their bikes and man they aren't pretty

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That happened to me today, it rained kinda good in south VA, dang people forget how to drive when it rains, you can still safely go the speed limit people!!! Maybe slightly over, but do give people a little more space than usual.
I know i hate that its barley sprinkling and people go under 10. Smh
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Ha true but i would be more worried about how the rain brings out the ****** in drivers
Especially in Cali
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Earlier this year I was 50 miles north of Houston driving in the rain in a 70 mph speed limit zone. People (aka, retards) in the left lane with their hazard lights flashing going 40 mph.
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Earlier this year I was 50 miles north of Houston driving in the rain in a 70 mph speed limit zone. People (aka, retards) in the left lane with their hazard lights flashing going 40 mph.
I swear those only a handful of ppl around Houston who know how to drive, in the rain, traffic, and how to park, its insane!!!
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Earlier this year I was 50 miles north of Houston driving in the rain in a 70 mph speed limit zone. People (aka, retards) in the left lane with their hazard lights flashing going 40 mph.
That's how CO drivers get in the rain, except they will go 80 in a blizzard.

It's because their SUVs are impervious to snow and ice, but rain is their kryptonite.
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Well to get this thread back on topic i got my gauges in and they all work but my tac and i have no idea why
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Looks great. Silly question, did you change the jumper to 6 cyl?
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Looks great. Silly question, did you change the jumper to 6 cyl?
I did well i think i did i haven't had time to double check that but i will tomorrow also
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I wanted to gut my car and make a custom dash board like a race car lol but it's not
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I wanted to gut my car and make a custom dash board like a race car lol but it's not
Ha yeah i kept my dash all stock just made pannel to hold all my gauges
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Ha yeah i kept my dash all stock just made pannel to hold all my gauges
That's what I wanted
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That's what I wanted
Its pretty easy i just used tape to make a templet of my old housing and just transferred it to the aluminum and used a hole saw and then wire it and done
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Its pretty easy i just used tape to make a templet of my old housing and just transferred it to the aluminum and used a hole saw and then wire it and done
You think I could do it in mine ?
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Hmm idk depends on how good you are with tools haha hardest part is just getting the template right
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Hmm idk depends on how good you are with tools haha hardest part is just getting the template right
Yea i know lol ima try and make a custom center consul with temperature and oil pressure and stuff
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Yea i know lol ima try and make a custom center consul with temperature and oil pressure and stuff
Ha go for it. Theres only one way to learn
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To do it lol
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To do it lol
Ha ding ding ding !! Thats how i did my car and a little help from the trusty internet
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That always helps lol YouTube especially
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Ha yeah and hear too
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Looks great. Silly question, did you change the jumper to 6 cyl?
I got it working i attached the wire to the positive side of the coil and its suppose to be on the negative side
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I got it working i attached the wire to the positive side of the coil and its suppose to be on the negative side
IAwesome. Glad it was an easy fix.
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