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#16  
Steve, there was a guy in 84-86 (c4) broken down on the highway two days ago in the middle of no where. He was waiting for a tow truck but poor car! You don't see many of those around

Yah it's pretty quick. I have an obsession with jet ski's. I have 3 but they're mixed between old and new. The other two are slower and only 100hp. They're real light and small which is great for getting huge air off some swells. We get pretty big swells on Lake Superior! Up to 2-3 feet some days.

I started building a ramp to for jumps this summer, but the weather hasn't been great. Next year i'll finish the ramp! I'm super excited for it
#17  
Slightly less than 255hp.... here is my new toy.... Now where to put the EZB... Hmmmm


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#18  
If we are talking toys... All of those toys are too small!.. Give me 350BHP in a nice, comfortable (dry!) protective surrounding...

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No need for an EZ-B, it's already smarter than I am:D

Although now I realise I have just asked for someone to go one up with a certain S4 which caught my eye a couple of years ago...
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#20  
Thanks. Had her just over a year now and every time I drive her I have a smile on my face. 4.2L V8 German muscle is one of the best sounds I've ever heard. It's just a shame it only does around 14mpg when I'm driving it and fuel over here is £1.31 per litre... so it works out at around 43p per mile or $0.70 and an annual road tax of £490 ($800)... Still worth it though!:D
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#21  
D.J.,
My 84 Vette had me call 4 help 2x. It kept blowing out trans seals. Traded 4 a 1990 w/20k miles, shine & drive.
Richard R,
Looks like so much fun!
Rich,
What a cool drive!
Am I wrong in saying I like my EZ Bots more?
Steve S

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#22  
I appreciate the dedication and drive of EZRobot!
My 3rd son told me I needed to have a wireless robot after showing my old, tethered robot to grandkids.
I am glad he did, that is why and how I searched and found EZ Robot.
#23  
Rich, I have to admit I am jealous but mine is okay at 400 HP and 2300 pounds. Don't feel bad, I get 8 miles per gallon. Steve, I actually spend much more time with my EZ-B than I do with my restoration.
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Edit per Steve's query. 1973 Pantera, 4 year restoration. Mid engine 351 Cleveland, Crane solid lifter cam/roller rockers, stainless valves, closed chamber heads.
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#24  
bookmaker32,
I can relate to the time with EZ Robot.
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#25  
@Rich.... Ha, ha.... I guess I shouldn't tell you my bike gets 70+ MPG..... That's US gallons, though.... Still, I would love to drive that car...
#26  
LOL, I gave away most of my toys a few years back. Had a house boat and ski boat that consumed most of my time. Spent far too much time a the lake. Got skin cancer and ditched those to the first bidder... I still have another boat that I will probably give to my wife's ex-husband cuz he will use it and I just pay for storage for it.

Had a Honda VTX 1800. I loved that bike but had 3 friends die in like 2 weeks in bike accidents. Got run off the road a couple of times during that same period of time. I had ridden for a few years without any issues and then one summer everyone in a car turned blind to bikes. Anyway, sold that one on ebay.

Build 2 1965 Ford Mustangs from the ground up. Got sick of them sitting in my garage so I sold them.

Downsized my house to something more reasonable. Decided I needed something to break the bank still but not die in the process so robotics and 3D printing won out. Now my efforts seem to be going more to teaching robotics than working on them but its still fun for me.
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#27  
well... you got me there,mines is 000000000.5 hp



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#29  
Well since you are showing off your toys here's one of mine. It's a 1975 Pontiac Lehmans, replaced the 400 stock engine with a 455 and added a touch of nitrous, it's a fun ride.
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#30  
@nomad I love you ride! This is me and Jeremie's. The HP varies from driver to driver:)


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#31  
The HP varies from driver to driver Smile

thats for sure.
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#32  
my ride for 13 years. 1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT Hatchback


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#33  
mine was stolen after 4 monts whit two locks on it.


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#34  
I guess I will play along. The UK guys may see these but around here they are somewhat rare. This is a left hand drive version. Originally a 998 but I put in a stock 1275 a few years back. Still only about 60hp.


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#35  
You guys 've got me. I only have a Lexus.