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    wah bro...1300cc bike har? What's that? Hayabusa har?
    Si beh power leh...
    haha ya.
    with a devil number. so ya... if u even see it on the road, give a gentle horn and say hi ya.

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    Its official, its now cars bike chasing poisoning session
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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    haha ya.
    with a devil number. so ya... if u even see it on the road, give a gentle horn and say hi ya.
    bro if you really are riding a Hayabusa (and for that matter, ANY bike over 400cc ) I don't think my car can even smell your smoke You'll be long gone lor...
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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    envy u! min u have been there done that! shiok!!
    Ya, I was quite fast and furious back then... but by the last 3 years of my US stay... I spend most of my commute in this... super reliable though... and coz I drive 3 hours to and from work at one point in time and you know spending that much time in a performance sports car can really kill you butt.



    I also had a $1300 Civic station wagon POS from 1985... which I had to donate in the end and got a tax break.

    But really miss the days of doing this.. ya I am the hog cruiser type...:


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    Its official, its now cars bike chasing poisoning session
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    bro if you really are riding a Hayabusa (and for that matter, ANY bike over 400cc ) I don't think my car can even smell your smoke You'll be long gone lor...
    @akerue, haha there is also the watch poisoning too.
    @ZCA, haha na i am quite gentle with my frd while on the road de. only dun like rex only, those then i will let them smell my smoke. short bust only. no point also cause their ride nt fast enuff too. juz noisy. (ps that is only my opinion on them, hopefully non here is driving one.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Ya, I was quite fast and furious back then... but by the last 3 years of my US stay... I spend most of my commute in this... super reliable though... and coz I drive 3 hours to and from work at one point in time and you know spending that much time in a performance sports car can really kill you butt.



    I also had a $1300 Civic station wagon POS from 1985... which I had to donate in the end and got a tax break.

    But really miss the days of doing this.. ya I am the hog cruiser type...:

    ah that vmax also quite good but a petrol drinker!! madness.
    wah crazy! 3hr on the road... it is like going to kl from singapore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    ah that vmax also quite good but a petrol drinker!! madness.
    wah crazy! 3hr on the road... it is like going to kl from singapore.
    3 hour total la. 1 hours to, 2 hours back. That was when I was working in San Francisco and I was living in San Jose. And the traffic jam on Highway 101 is horrendous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    ah that vmax also quite good but a petrol drinker!! madness.
    wah crazy! 3hr on the road... it is like going to kl from singapore.
    Back then petrol was super cheap stateside. 1.20 USD per gallon (4 liters).

    Vmax not mine la... I tried it once... damn freaking fast. I think it has something like a supercharger inside.. got kick one.
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    3 hour total la. 1 hours to, 2 hours back. That was when I was working in San Francisco and I was living in San Jose. And the traffic jam on Highway 101 is horrendous.
    oh! haha ok ok. i tot 3hr is 1 way! u will have an iron butt man. but 1.5hr ea way also crazy... for a moment i prefer sg! small n nice. free from any natural disaster haha

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    Back then petrol was super cheap stateside. 1.20 USD per gallon (4 liters).

    Vmax not mine la... I tried it once... damn freaking fast. I think it has something like a supercharger inside.. got kick one.
    wah that is freaking cheap petrol!
    abt sgd 2 for 4L petrol!

    haha i am nt sure abt it. nv a yamaha fan. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    wah that is freaking cheap petrol!
    abt sgd 2 for 4L petrol!

    haha i am nt sure abt it. nv a yamaha fan. haha
    Same here... I am a hog... I cruise, not speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    oh! haha ok ok. i tot 3hr is 1 way! u will have an iron butt man. but 1.5hr ea way also crazy... for a moment i prefer sg! small n nice. free from any natural disaster haha
    Different kind of life. Got good got bad. If I was more serious into photography back then, I would never run out of places to go for sunrise shoot... unlike here in SG..

    And there, no need dry cab. The entire state is a dry cab. and the sky... ooooo... so nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    @akerue, haha there is also the watch poisoning too.
    @ZCA, haha na i am quite gentle with my frd while on the road de. only dun like rex only, those then i will let them smell my smoke. short bust only. no point also cause their ride nt fast enuff too. juz noisy. (ps that is only my opinion on them, hopefully non here is driving one.)
    haha as far as I know none are Rex owners... but better play safe and be politically correct...
    me not a fan of them as well. I feel that the sound (with the zhng-ed exhaust) is too hollow. Not enough cubic capacity and cylinders to give a nice beat.
    For Singapore roads I think a 1.6 - 2.0L sedan/MPV is probably the most sensible choice. I wish I could psycho myself to drive a jap car though. Somehow the 'feel' does not agree with me anymore...
    Anyone tried Mazda 3 or 6, or Subaru Legacy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Different kind of life. Got good got bad. If I was more serious into photography back then, I would never run out of places to go for sunrise shoot... unlike here in SG..

    And there, no need dry cab. The entire state is a dry cab. and the sky... ooooo... so nice.
    yeah boy... I regret it too when I was in Sydney. So many nice places. Really breathtaking scenery once out of the city.
    But that time really no money to get anything I would consider 'decent', and DSLRs were wayyyy expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    haha as far as I know none are Rex owners... but better play safe and be politically correct...
    me not a fan of them as well. I feel that the sound (with the zhng-ed exhaust) is too hollow. Not enough cubic capacity and cylinders to give a nice beat.
    For Singapore roads I think a 1.6 - 2.0L sedan/MPV is probably the most sensible choice. I wish I could psycho myself to drive a jap car though. Somehow the 'feel' does not agree with me anymore...
    Anyone tried Mazda 3 or 6, or Subaru Legacy?
    Subaru Le-Ki-Si (you go die) is a nice car.. but not worth the price I think... You wan nice drive... get the RX8

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    haha as far as I know none are Rex owners... but better play safe and be politically correct...
    me not a fan of them as well. I feel that the sound (with the zhng-ed exhaust) is too hollow. Not enough cubic capacity and cylinders to give a nice beat.
    For Singapore roads I think a 1.6 - 2.0L sedan/MPV is probably the most sensible choice. I wish I could psycho myself to drive a jap car though. Somehow the 'feel' does not agree with me anymore...
    Anyone tried Mazda 3 or 6, or Subaru Legacy?
    haha i 2nd that on the exhaust tone.
    drive drive jap, go drive kimchi lor. the new kia sportage and the hyundai tucson quite nice lei.

    legacy is nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    haha i 2nd that on the exhaust tone.
    drive drive jap, go drive kimchi lor. the new kia sportage and the hyundai tucson quite nice lei.

    legacy is nice
    not an SUV person... prefer hatchback or coupe...

    Kia Koup looks interesting. Will go test drive one of these days...
    Still stuck in 'prison' now... boring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Subaru Le-Ki-Si (you go die) is a nice car.. but not worth the price I think... You wan nice drive... get the RX8
    cannot fit inside bro... tried liao at road show. Damn cramped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    haha as far as I know none are Rex owners... but better play safe and be politically correct...
    me not a fan of them as well. I feel that the sound (with the zhng-ed exhaust) is too hollow. Not enough cubic capacity and cylinders to give a nice beat.
    For Singapore roads I think a 1.6 - 2.0L sedan/MPV is probably the most sensible choice. I wish I could psycho myself to drive a jap car though. Somehow the 'feel' does not agree with me anymore...
    Anyone tried Mazda 3 or 6, or Subaru Legacy?
    Tried the Mazda 6 (previous generation). Enough power, smooth drive. The overall appeal is nice too.. But interior a bit too plasticky. Not sure about the latest version, but worth a look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    oh! haha ok ok. i tot 3hr is 1 way! u will have an iron butt man. but 1.5hr ea way also crazy... for a moment i prefer sg! small n nice. free from any natural disaster haha
    Pros can cons bro... living in the US is like living wild and free! Like DD123 says - landscapes GALORE!!! You won't be typing with us here much... you'll be outside more often!

    The interstates are super straight and very long - if you not carefully with your foot - very easy to past speed limit one! Some roads no cars in sight!
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