I Love It When A Plan Comes Together

2006

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2013

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Racefab!

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2.5″ from the turbo back, two resonators, two 02 sensor mounts for narrow and widebands, Kakimoto N1 barrel.

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Binned the factory hangers;

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Along with the blue silicone reducers.

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Turbo beanie.

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Cured cancer.

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40mm lower BC springs, pulled guards and increased negative camber completes the front suspension set up.

2011

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2013

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MARCH 2013 DUMMY TEST FIT

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MAY 2013 FINE TUNED RESULT

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Chatting with a childhood friend “Big Mike.” He’s one of the people I know now that I’ve known for the longest time, of all the people I know in my life. It was his twenty-fifth birthday. He says, “that’s a quarter of a century.” He’s right about that. He says it plainly, “I turned twenty-five today.”

I tell him happy birthday. I remember the awkward moment when I turned a quarter of a century old, but I feel neither bad nor good about it. Neither a man or a mouse. At the end of the day, we, as people, feel generally neither good nor bad about things. Everything ends at zero on the number-line. It doesn’t depress me, nor does it make me feel especially indifferent, that when the smoke clears I’ll be left blissfully indifferent. In fact, it evokes a feeling rather closer to joy than anything unjoyous.

That is, as long as I get this thing to OS Nationals 2014.


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