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Old 09-13-2013, 12:40 PM   #3201
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You have everything else you want on your truck already? $450 is a lot of money for a piece of plastic when there are other mods to do first.


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No but its one of the last of the bigger items. I was leaning toward getting it now for performance gains since its basically a more awesome twist on a CAI.
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Old 09-14-2013, 07:27 AM   #3202
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I keep wondering, who is the guy who's in Leesburg who owns a blue 2wd tacoma. It has the same tires as a 4x4 but it's still lowered and has aftermarket custom fenders on the front and rear. It's pretty cool. I'm just wondering who it is because I see it in Leesburg everywhere I go.
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I keep wondering, who is the guy who's in Leesburg who owns a blue 2wd tacoma. It has the same tires as a 4x4 but it's still lowered and has aftermarket custom fenders on the front and rear. It's pretty cool. I'm just wondering who it is because I see it in Leesburg everywhere I go.
a latino?
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Old 09-14-2013, 11:53 AM   #3205
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It's definitely getting larger by the day. I have multiple competition corn hole sets, let me know if they're needed. These are to ACA spec's...meaning they are comprised of 2x4's that have been ripped to allow for the proper front depth. Building and selling corn hole boards for friends / co-workers is another one of my hobbies.

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Hey Mark, How much would you charge to build me a set? My inlaws are always playing it at their get togethers but they use these crappy old flimsy ones. I would be the hero if I came with a NICE corn hole set! Just curious if you ever thought of selling them?
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Old 09-14-2013, 12:01 PM   #3206
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Hey Mark, How much would you charge to build me a set? My inlaws are always playing it at their get togethers but they use these crappy old flimsy ones. I would be the hero if I came with a NICE corn hole set! Just curious if you ever thought of selling them?


Dave you ever get that hitch put on?
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Old 09-14-2013, 12:10 PM   #3207
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Dave you ever get that hitch put on?
Yes. I just dragged my feet on installing but finally did it a couple weeks ago. I also plastidipped my rear bumper white. Close match but not really...I think I will be redoing it black, just not sure when. I am a HUGE procrastinator. Hitch is great. I painted it flat black and it looks real nice...for a hitch that is.
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Old 09-14-2013, 12:36 PM   #3208
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Yes. I just dragged my feet on installing but finally did it a couple weeks ago. I also plastidipped my rear bumper white. Close match but not really...I think I will be redoing it black, just not sure when. I am a HUGE procrastinator. Hitch is great. I painted it flat black and it looks real nice...for a hitch that is.
Awesome glad it worked out
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Old 09-15-2013, 03:04 PM   #3209
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So drove to the dyno and drove away from the dyno with 450 wheel hp
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Old 09-15-2013, 03:09 PM   #3210
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So drove to the dyno and drove away from the dyno with 450 wheel hp
Awesome man!! What was the goal? How much boost/PSI? Any more problems?
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Old 09-16-2013, 05:48 AM   #3211
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Goal was 500/550 I can achieve that I have to put a different wastegate spring in so I can lower duty cycle on the boost solenoid. I'm at 18psi right now. An yes I had another issue blew the head gaskets out. I have to see if i can use mls gaskets with oringed heads an if so that's what I will do
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Old 09-16-2013, 11:21 AM   #3213
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I was fun 2 drive the 20min I did then blew te head gaskets
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Old 09-16-2013, 11:54 AM   #3214
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Small meet at Shoe Creek on 12 October if any of y'all are interested.

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Old 09-17-2013, 09:12 AM   #3215
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Anybody up for a yak boondoggle this Saturday?

I'm not set on where yet. Maybe somewhere I ain't been yet, like Lake Jackson or Germantown Lake...
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Old 09-17-2013, 01:19 PM   #3216
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Anybody up for a yak boondoggle this Saturday?

I'm not set on where yet. Maybe somewhere I ain't been yet, like Lake Jackson or Germantown Lake...
I'm not being a dick. I live near Lake Jackson and they have been keeping the water level super low ever since the dam was going to bust. I haven't been over there recently but I believe that's still the case....just wanted to save you a trip.
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Old 09-17-2013, 03:04 PM   #3217
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I'm not being a dick. I live near Lake Jackson and they have been keeping the water level super low ever since the dam was going to bust. I haven't been over there recently but I believe that's still the case....just wanted to save you a trip.
Thanks! I don't know much about the waters around here other than Burke and Occoquan.
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Old 09-18-2013, 07:44 AM   #3218
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I would be interested. I know everyone is spread out pretty good so I can only suggest places that are more local to me. Not sure if everyone can get on Quantico but what about Smith Lake or Breckenridge Reservoir. Outside of that there is Curtis. Aquia Creek is good also but I try to stay away from there on the weekends due to boat traffic.
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for those intereseted in coming to the steven toyota event

here is the pre registration/ we just need a head count for event items

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Old 09-18-2013, 08:30 AM   #3220
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I would be interested. I know everyone is spread out pretty good so I can only suggest places that are more local to me. Not sure if everyone can get on Quantico but what about Smith Lake or Breckenridge Reservoir. Outside of that there is Curtis. Aquia Creek is good also but I try to stay away from there on the weekends due to boat traffic.
I was looking at Smith lake last time, I ended up going into the creek there by the gas station on mainside, and it was nothing but lillies!

I think Smith lake would be good. The obstacles with base are access and base fishing license. I have access to Quantico also, so anyone who doesn't just needs to follow one of us. I got my fishing license from the PX but it's closed until like 9 or 10. So anyone know where else you can get it early morning?
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