She has every right to over populate the world and remain in her yard
and scream all she wants and get fattern' then the devil. I have every
right to turn the world into a smog infested wasteland as long as it's
state legal and on the roads at legal speeds. She DOESN'T have the
right to try to wave me down on the side of the road, demand what I do
to suit her needs. Not happening, NOT in MY America.
I'm supposed to make a trip to test my timing? I went maybe 300 feet away
from the driveway I was working on! If I had 'gone to the highway' like the
'lady' had suggested - I would have had to limp to the next exit at like
20MPH because the knock was so bad.
Actually, yes you do. If you don't put a load on the engine you wont
know if it's going to ping/knock. When you first start it up and at
mild speeds it wont ping, but when I got after it it sounded like rice
As for peace with my neighbor - why? 1: Not my neighbor, 2: Why would
you entertain the thoughts of a crazy woman?, 3: She comes from
massachussets, 4: Has about 3 too many kids, 5: Why shouldn't she make
peace with ME? I'm not the one trying to over-extend my privileges of
I do plenty of highway, and I was trying to get it to lug. I don't
hear any pings, and the ECM is code free. I think I actually tuned
something properly for once, even though I still don't know how many
degrees BTC I am.... :-)
York Cty, but only for a few more months... moving back to KY (where I
spent '97-'00) between the last two cold ass winters and the
rediculous housing market have soured this state for me and my family.
It`s kinda funny,but where I live now,the neighbors want me to make
noise,cuz they say it`s way to quite.The lady that is on one side,is 81
and she say`s I`m way to quiet.The other neighbor has a 97 Linenfelter
Trans Am.So he loves the sound.
1/4 Mile Junkies
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