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I apologize for not getting this up and done sooner. Needless to say the forums, and the front page got hacked, we since then have locked things down, and things appear to be better over all.

I was able to get the front page done sooner, but the forums with all of its data was MUCH more difficult to deal with. Needless to say, I just finished it! YAHOO!

Just in time with Facebook about to take a nose dive, and doing other crazy things to people. (Censorship, etc etc).
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  • So after the Subaru, I traded that in for a 2014 Nissan GTR Black Edition. The Subaru was just too slow for me.

    In 2016 I was reluctant to trade the GTR in for the new Telsa P100DL. (worse Mistake EVER.)

    I am driving a Jeep now. I picked up a 2007 Wrangler Rubicon 2-door.

    I've done a lot of work to it to make it offroad most gooder.


    • Why was the Tesla a bad idea? My mouth has been watering over one of those for a while


      • I'm driving a 2014 Charger now with the V6. It has a K&N filter system and I also put on a set of Borla mufflers, so instead of the stock 295 h, it supposedly had about 325 hp. That has bumped the gas mileage up considerably, so that I got 33 mpg going from Carson City, over Donner pass (7212 ft elevation) to Sacramento and back and averaged 33 mpg. The EPA highway mileage is 31. On the open and somewhat level road, I've gotten as high as 41.6 mpg. Not bad for a car that has an EPA estimated highway MPG of 31 MPG.


        2014 Dodge Charger SXT [EDIT VEHICLE]

        3.6L V6 GAS Automatic 8 Speed Sedan

        Property of Sailer60 Added Jul 2016 Location:

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        100th Anniversary Edition Basic Stats

        28.5 (0.0)

        Avg MPG

        41.6 (9/7/18)

        Best MPG

        Last edited by Sailer; 01-24-2019, 07:09 PM.
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