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Average Score 8.50
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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=50
Submitted by: Trooper
Comments: 12  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 08-18-2001
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#1
12-08-2001 @ 11:42:29 PM
Posted By : ashyoung Reply | Edit | Del
I have those big round things on my car too. Except they're on the front and they
fire rice-seeking missiles.


#2
12-14-2001 @ 01:31:08 PM
Posted By : Jole1979 Reply | Edit | Del
Nice Fart Cannons!

#3
12-22-2001 @ 06:21:27 PM
Posted By : rexwgn Reply | Edit | Del
Almost reminds me of the space shuttle's engine rocket set up.

#4
12-27-2001 @ 08:00:36 AM
Posted By : rellik Reply | Edit | Del
I guess with two locations for a license plate is the in thing?

#5
12-27-2001 @ 04:36:40 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
How in the world do you put dual exhaust on an inline four-banger?

#6
1-04-2002 @ 04:32:48 PM
Posted By : Geos2KSS Reply | Edit | Del
Use a Y-pipe and split it, or you have one dead tip.

#7
1-04-2002 @ 04:40:05 PM
Posted By : no1camaro Reply | Edit | Del
ready to fire on your mark sir!!! fire!!

#8
1-23-2002 @ 03:32:48 PM
Posted By : brentpaugh Reply | Edit | Del
you know you bought the wrong body kit when:
1) you have one exhaust tip and the kit has two spots (the correction is not to add a second non-working tip)
2) adding the kit would cause you to have 3 locations for a license plate (not including lodged in the corner of your front windshield or barely visible in the back window)

another example of the 2 license plate holder disese:
http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=637


#9
1-24-2002 @ 09:28:56 PM
Posted By : Mauls02 Reply | Edit | Del
Notice another huge uncessory wing, do these idiots think they can fly

#10
6-18-2002 @ 02:49:47 PM
Posted By : Wingnut Reply | Edit | Del
A civic with bigger exhausts than the 3" duals on my 440, and a rear wing that generates more down force than Kenny Bernstein's Budweiser King... Kinda defies logic...

#11
6-18-2002 @ 02:57:11 PM
Posted By : Moose Reply | Edit | Del
what is the muffler setup on your exhaust? A friend is building a 350 with headers and full 3" piping, with JUST flowmaster mid-mufflers. I imagine it'll be fucking loud.

#12
6-18-2002 @ 03:15:25 PM
Posted By : Wingnut Reply | Edit | Del
Mine's a 77 truck with a 67 engine, both of which were prior to Catalytic converters (77 trucks were still exempt). I have 3" off the bottom of the manifolds, straight out the back, no X or H pipe, true duals (didn't have the $ or knowledge for an X or H when I first did it). They have mopar perfomance mufflers, one on each bank, located just in front of the rear axle. Nice rumble until about 4000 rpms, then she starts getting pretty loud. Doesn't snap, pop, or cackle like straight pipes do.

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