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1st Gen Lunchtable Thread - General Discussion

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by Speedytech7, May 31, 2018.

  1. Apr 29, 2020 at 2:58 PM
    BartMaster1234

    BartMaster1234 American Auto Horns

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    Wow, poor you running a 1080TI.

    *looks at GTX 980 from 2014*
     
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    Those Accords are very well made cars
     
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    So good, the big man himself drove one.

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    I think I have at least one GTX 570 in my basement
     
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    shut up grandpa :luvya:
     
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    Lol, hadn't seen that one before :rofl::D
     
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    Delete the cats. Polish out the intakes. Then I lower them, all new suspensions, and make some wild suspension mods to tighten up the sub-frame.

    They are a light car, so the engine goes a long way. Mine doesn't have a governor or at least I haven't found it. You can keep it on the road at 140. After that you feel like you are going airborne.

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    the idea of buying some malt liquor today doesn't sound bad :homer:


    Actually craving peach schnapps and sake mixed like a buddy used to make when we were dumb 18y/os
     
  14. Apr 29, 2020 at 3:06 PM
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    That sounds like a solid setup to run. Tightening up the suspension has got to make it feel so sporty


    Never went past 110 in stock config because it was sketchy AF :D
     
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    make the suckers dance and charge em by the hour

     
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    :rofl::luvya:

    I've been out the game for awhile so I'm sure my stuff is outdated like hell.

    Looking at your new rig has me feeling like I'm on DOS
     
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    did y'all see OV tune released a solution for people to write their own third gen tunes? How long before people start blowing up a reliable motor in a 45K truck because they fucked up the maps that bad?
     
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    I like cars with a firm sport suspension type ride. Also, I think great handling cars are safer cars for young drivers. I tuned the hell out of my kids cars suspensions so they handle great. Keeps them out of wrecks. I've seen people throw their kids into some bad handling first car with weak tires only to watch it get totaled when they try to swerve to miss a dog or something in the road. I don't know many parents that subscribe to my approach. Its kind of counter intuitive. I guess they think that if they tune the suspension up to where the car handles like a race car, the kid will get out and try to race and wreck it. Mine seemed to have more respect for knowing the limits and not going beyond that. Teenage drivers need cars with predictable handling characteristics more so than older drivers that are out cruising along.
     
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