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Thread: Things I have learned at Mike's Speed Shop

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    Things I have learned at Mike's Speed Shop

    1. The collar nut on the upper IC tube is NOT reverse thread.
    2. More RTV in the thermostat housing is NOT better.
    3. Two people can consume an average of 30 beers in a few hours.
    4. Mike's wife is REALLY understanding when it comes to having a drunk Mexican at her house playing with her 40 year old husband.
    5. All the neighbors say hi, no matter if they know you or not.
    6. Don't race the older man in the T bucket....EVER

    Alex

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    That's pretty damn funny Good points!

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    addition

    7. A few shots with Mike's understanding wife goes a long way toward distracting my wife from the fact that I am smoking like a chimney having a few beers and playing with cars.

    Anthony

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    You guys crack me up! ROFL!

    Mike

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    ...forgot

    8. An sc engine is alot easier to take out than a 80's Mid Size Blazer

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    Hi Bro
    Alex, alex, alex.tu simpre tan chistoso vale,me encanta leer tus post,s cuando cresca quiero ser como tu .take care man.
    jose

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    Hehe, la cosa es hacer desmadre pa que no me aburra.

    Take care bro,
    Alex

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    el papagayo es rojo. Say What?

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    Whatchu say about my momma?!

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    OOOps!! Yo no hablo english, um I mean spanish!

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    You guys forgot the most obvious one.

    It's easier to get an SC INTO the garage than OUT of the garage.

    Lee

    Also: They're easier to push WITHOUT the engine.

    BTW: Al, my buddy and I went through 2 cases the night we put the engine back in my Boss 302. It even ran properly afterwards.
    Last edited by rivlee; 09-11-2003 at 07:19 PM.

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    Pffffffffffffff, lightweights.

    Alex

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    It's easier to get an SC INTO the garage than OUT of the garage.
    Ain't that the damn truth! My SC thinks it lives in the garage. It definately wants to spend all its time there!

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    Cool

    you guys are letting me out of the fun i can help you consume those beers before they warm up

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