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Everything posted by Goehner

  1. He is and always has been a moron, can't believe the dumbocrats have him in the spot to lose.
  2. Countdown has begun, paging Kevin.
  3. Postponed until further notice according to Speedy.
  4. Got to tell them like it is, back the fuck off........please
  5. All good here.
  6. Send him an email, i think it's aj@hemituner.com
  7. Free advertising, duh
  8. Well that stinks.
  9. "avoid downtown like the plague" This shit is getting out of hand, open up the economy, it's time.
  10. https://www.carscoops.com/2020/04/hellcat-swapped-chevrolet-c10-is-the-ultimate-pickup/ Hellcat-Swapped Chevrolet C10 Is The Ultimate Pickup BY Brad Anderson | Posted on April 2, 2020 6 Shortly after the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and Charger Hellcat models hit the market, it didn’t take long for tuning companies to start using the 707 hp, 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine in a variety or weird and wacky projects. This Hellcat-powered Chevrolet C10 could be one of the finest we’ve come across. The vehicle was recently featured in an episode on the AutotopiaLA YouTube channel and is unlike any other C10 we’ve seen. The man who owns the truck had a standard C10 in his younger years and recently decided it would make for the perfect platform to perform an epic engine swap. However, this wasn’t simply a matter of dropping in the Hellcat engine and calling it a day. Read Also: Chevrolet Gives 1962 C-10 Truck An Electric Powertrain, Names It The E-10 Coupled to the Hellcat engine in the custom Chevy truck is the same six-speed manual transmission as the Challenger SRT Hellcat, driving the rear wheels. While the basic frame of the C10 has been retained, all-new suspension components have been fitted to help deal with the added grunt. Elsewhere, the C10 features Wilwood brakes with six-piston calipers at the front and four-piston calipers at the rear to ensure it’s got all the braking power needed to bring the truck to a stop. A multitude of other modifications have been made. For example, the truck sits on airbag suspension and there are a set of bespoke 20-inch HRE wheels wrapped in wide rubber. As you can probably imagine, all of these parts come together to create an absolutely epic performance machine.
  11. I was sure this was porn, damnit.
  12. Speedy is the only one that can answer that.
  13. Nothing wrong with trying to find a sucka.
  14. Supercharge and done.
  15. https://www.semissourian.com/story/2672337.html One person died and four others were seriously injured Saturday night in Sikeston, Missouri, where a traffic crash resulted in the arrest of a Sikeston Department of Public Safety officer for driving while intoxicated. The accident occurred at 9:15 p.m. when a 2016 Dodge Challenger driven by off-duty Sikeston DPS officer Andrew J. Cooper, 46, ran a stop sign at the intersection of East Salcedo Road and Columbine Street and collided head-on with a 2017 Chevrolet Equinox, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. A passenger in the Equinox was fatally injured in the crash. According to the crash report, Abigail T. Cohen, 22, of Sikeston was pronounced dead at 9:57 p.m. by Dr. Tirso Aldana at Missouri Delta Medical Center. The report also stated the driver of the Equinox, identified as 24-year-old Christopher M. Cohen, was seriously injured in the crash and transported from the scene by ambulance. Get our Daily Headlines Sent right to your inbox. An air ambulance transported one of the Challenger’s seriously injured passengers to a local hospital. A second passenger of the Challenger and the off-duty Sikeston officer driving also sustained serious injuries in the crash, and both were transported from the scene by ambulance. Cooper was arrested at 10:07 p.m. on a felony charge of driving while intoxicated resulting in a death and was released for medical treatment, according to a highway patrol arrest report. On Sunday, Sikeston DPS chief James McMillen issued a statement regarding the crash. “Sikeston DPS requested Missouri State Highway Patrol investigate the accident due to the severity and that an off-duty Sikeston Public Safety was involved in his personal vehicle,” McMillen said in the statement. The highway patrol’s Major Crash Investigation Unit is conducting the investigation, according to the statement. McMillen said his department learned of the off-duty officer’s arrest late Saturday night, and Cooper was subsequently placed on administrative leave pending criminal and administrative investigations. “Our deepest sympathies go out to the injured parties and the family of the deceased woman,” McMillen said in the statement. “As this investigation is being conducted by the MSHP, we will defer to them to release information pertaining to the cause of this incident.” On Sunday, a phone operator at the Missouri State Highway Patrol said a public-information officer would be unavailable to be reached for comment until today.
  16. I know there have been plenty in the past, but lets get this party started with this one. http://www.lex18.com/news/woman-arrested-for-raising-cane-at-winchester-car-dealership A Madison County woman was arrested accused of "raising cane" at a Winchester car dealership. Laqueeta Penman and her boyfriend went to the Rod Hatfield Dealership in Clark County to trade in their car. They got a Dodge Challenger, but Penman says her boyfriend changed his mind. She says the problem started when they tried to get the old car back - there was a disagreement about money and getting the key back. According to the citation, Penman was "raising cane" at the dealership. Investigators say a deputy asked her to leave several times when she was being disorderly but she wouldn't. Penman and her boyfriend are accused of fighting a deputy after he tried to arrest Penman. The citation says the deputy tried to use a taser, but Penman grabbed it out of his hand. "I don't know who was the scariest. Either it was the detective attacking me was the scariest, or the people at the car shop who watched it. It was 20 people and no one helped," Penman said. "I was getting beat down there." LEX 18 tried to speak with witnesses at the dealership, but a manager said there was no comment. Penman is facing several charges including assaulting a police officer and disarming a police officer.
  17. Great post Dale. That cost doesn't seem that bad. However, I have heard a few tuners talk about the big variance in ethanol content and its not a matter of if, but when you toast an engine. Could be totally full of shit, as quite a few guys use it here, but I am too nervous to make the switch.
  18. haha
  19. Sweet ride, welcome to MMF.
  20. Nitrous Outlet, 150 shot throttle body plate, no controller, just push the button for fun.
  21. Kick ass!!
  22. The 30-year-old victim of the alleged theft said when she got home that night the Dodge was parked outside with its trunk open. The woman said she spotted Lewis, 29, “carrying a container of her high-heeled shoes and other property,” a deputy’s report noted. While the deputy was talking to the victim, another woman at the house received a text message from Lewis. The message included a photograph of Lewis, who the report said was “holding a black fabric object identified as the victim’s sex swing. Lewis was also displaying his right middle finger to the camera,” according to the report. It wasn’t long before another deputy spotted the gray Dodge and took off after it at speeds up to 112 mph along a highway toward Milledgeville. It was raining and the deputy quickly called off the chase. The Dodge was later found abandoned and stuck in some mud in a roadside ditch near Lake Sinclair. Inside the car was a beige tote bag with 15 or so pairs of women’s high-heel shoes. In the trunk, deputies found the sex swing. “He just had to have it apparently,” Sheriff Howard Sills later said of the swing. “It was a device near and dear to his heart.” Read more here: https://www.macon.com/news/local/crime/article238900888.html#storylink=cpy