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  • ///MPOSTER's Avatar
    Today, 02:05 PM
    Something else happened the week of Hillary Clinton’s book launch: the release of more “lost” emails that further highlight her corrupt ways. The watchdogs at Judicial Watch shared 1,600 fresh emails released thanks to their Freedom of Information lawsuits — missives that Clinton & Co. failed to turn over from her private servers, but which the feds recovered from other sources. The emails contain new examples of the Clinton Foundation requesting and receiving State Department favors, plus more cases of classified information being sent through unsecure, non-state.gov accounts. This latest dump, notes Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton, shows foundation honcho Doug Band working with Clinton aide Huma Abedin to get favors for donors, from visas to Cuba to meetings in Singapore. see also Hillary opens up about the 'damn' emails, concession in new book Hillary Clinton tackles topics both big (the election and its... “It’s there in black and white,” noted Fitton. “And I don’t understand why the Justice Department hasn’t gotten its act together and reinitiated an investigation as to what went on here. Because we all know Comey’s investigation was a sham. They need to restart it up.” In her new book, Clinton pooh-poohs the furor over her emails as “an even dumber scandal.” But the pay-to-play sale of government favors is a big deal, as is the routine mishandling of classified info. So, too, is Team Hillary’s failure to fork over hundreds of damning documents after it vacuumed the evidence from the server. Something to ask Clinton about if you care to spring a few hundred bucks to actually talk to her on her book tour.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 01:05 PM
    Welcome ali pontiac, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • quattr0's Avatar
    Today, 11:28 AM
    I believe so, they would fit as my shop quoted me how much and including the below words Estimated shims necessary for front control arms.- Cost will depend on needed shims They want $4700 plus the above to have front GT3 lower control arms, front & rear anti-roll bars, lower springs and wheel spacers, alignment and labor.
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  • shardul's Avatar
    Today, 11:24 AM
    yes you are correct, but there is a chance of failure (SC bearing going bad etc) and if that happens on his car we will surely get a video.
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  • Itsbrokeagain's Avatar
    Today, 10:59 AM
    Hahahahahahahaha Just stop it now. Someone needs to remix that
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  • Proflyer's Avatar
    Today, 10:29 AM
    I do my own detail work (used to work for a shop in HS) but am curious of this. I used the Wolfgang 3.0 sealant and am very impressed with the results, it's not ceramic though. What's a good ceramic product? I've found that a clay bar, the Menzerna FG 400 (to remove heavy scratches/rubs) then Menzerna FF 3000 to polish and then the wolfgang I am left with a car that looks near new and it's an 08 335. I just use the FF 3000 every 6 months and then the wolfgang, the FG 400 is heavy and I use it in spots as needed now. I use the cheap harbor freight orbital with meguiar's micro fiber pads for the FF and FG and then a meguiar's blue/black foam for applying the wolfgang.
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  • ///MPOSTER's Avatar
    Today, 10:08 AM
    Pelosi shaking from being heckled.
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  • quattr0's Avatar
    Today, 10:01 AM
    Seems ok now. On Sunday I receive site redirect too many times...try to clear your cookies. Cleared cookies/cache and still receive same error. Seems ok since yesterday.
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  • Itsbrokeagain's Avatar
    Today, 09:38 AM
    And one of the editors was on both articles. Mr Shimon we see you #dagoyimknow
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  • BPCMotorsports's Avatar
    Today, 09:08 AM
    Yeah I love my ceramic coating :) makes cleaning the wheels a breeze.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:28 AM
    Welcome.
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  • Mykk's Avatar
    Today, 08:19 AM
    I'm here to source parts and learn all I can, also perhaps share some knowledge along the way: E34 540i/6 M62 4.4L non-vanos short block M60B40 heads & cams w/ double chain timing set up Jaguar Eaton M112, intercoolers & induction Boost & fuel management by way of Maft-pro piggy back. Engine management and controlling by way of OE Bosch Motronic M3.3 utilizing an Ostrich 2.0 and custom tuned .bins
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:12 AM
    Car forums are a dirty business. Or at least, they can be. In MBWorld's case, dirty hardly covers it. This is the same forum that had such extreme corruption in the past regarding EVOSPORT it led to the rise of BenzBoost.com. Some things never change. MBWorld is deleting threads regarding the Dime Racing fiasco. Don't take our word for it. The owner of the most recent Dime Racing Huracan problem car tried to go on MBWorld to warn AMG owners of doing business with Dime. He was quickly silenced: Now why would a forum silence someone who is sharing their horror story with a tuner in order to spare others from the same fate? What is the point of forums? Well, that is where things get tricky. MBWorld isn't the only forum that has vendors try to pull strings to keep negative stories off the site. Tony Vargas of Vargas Turbocharger Technologies infamy recently tried the same thing here only to be to told the thread would not be deleted. This is what some of the shady vendors do. They threaten to pull sponsorship unless negative threads are deleted. MBWorld is owned by Internet Brands which makes $100 million dollars a year. They can afford to show a vendor the door. The fact they do not highlights just how bad the situation is. From @Z-Tuned: "Sticky - just an FYI, MBWorld has been deleting posts about this on their forums and censoring members who talk about it because they are being paid by Dime through advertising. They're claiming there are "two sides to every story", but I find this infuriating. https://mbworld.org/forums/c63-c63s-...d-removed.html Having gone through a lengthy legal battle myself with an Audi/VW tuner many years ago, I can relate to the pain of being screwed by a shop during a big money build. MBWorld is already basically a dead forum, but the fact that they continue to censor members about Dime's fraud is disgusting." It is exemplified by corrupt moderators who often will favor a vendor for free parts or simply to score brownie points. The moderators are not paid. To cover up serious problems with a tuner in order to remain in an unpaid position to abuse power on internet forums is pathetic. What kind of grown ass man does that? Well, a moderator by the name of nlpamg or Philip Nulud cares so much about his token moderator position MBWorld users tell BoostAddict he is allegedly willing to help remove negative Dime posts: There are plenty of Dime horror stories that have been deleted and covered up. This is only the latest. If someone ends up losing tens of thousands of dollars due to this shouldn't a forum or moderator potentially engaging in a coverup be liable to a certain degree? BoostAddict will not cover this story up. We stand with Brian McLevis and others that have been taken advantage of by Dime Racing. MBWorld should be ashamed.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:05 AM
    Car forums are a dirty business. Or at least, they can be. In MBWorld's case, dirty hardly covers it. This is the same forum that had such extreme corruption in the past regarding EVOSPORT it led to the rise of BenzBoost.com. Some things never change. MBWorld is deleting threads regarding the Dime Racing fiasco. Don't take our word for it. The owner of the most recent Dime Racing Huracan problem car tried to go on MBWorld to warn AMG owners of doing business with Dime. He was quickly silenced: Now why would a forum silence someone who is sharing their horror story with a tuner in order to spare others from the same fate? What is the point of forums? Well, that is where things get tricky. MBWorld isn't the only forum that has vendors try to pull strings to keep negative stories off the site. Tony Vargas of Vargas Turbocharger Technologies infamy recently tried the same thing here only to be to told the thread would not be deleted. This is what some of the shady vendors do. They threaten to pull sponsorship unless negative threads are deleted. MBWorld is owned by Internet Brands which makes $100 million dollars a year. They can afford to show a vendor the door. The fact they do not highlights just how bad the situation is. From @Z-Tuned: "Sticky - just an FYI, MBWorld has been deleting posts about this on their forums and censoring members who talk about it because they are being paid by Dime through advertising. They're claiming there are "two sides to every story", but I find this infuriating. https://mbworld.org/forums/c63-c63s-...d-removed.html Having gone through a lengthy legal battle myself with an Audi/VW tuner many years ago, I can relate to the pain of being screwed by a shop during a big money build. MBWorld is already basically a dead forum, but the fact that they continue to censor members about Dime's fraud is disgusting." It is exemplified by corrupt moderators who often will favor a vendor for free parts or simply to score brownie points. The moderators are not paid. To cover up serious problems with a tuner in order to remain in an unpaid position to abuse power on internet forums is pathetic. What kind of grown ass man does that? Well, a moderator by the name of nlpamg or Philip Nulud cares so much about his token moderator position MBWorld users tell BoostAddict he is allegedly willing to help remove negative Dime posts: There are plenty of Dime horror stories that have been deleted and covered up. This is only the latest. If someone ends up losing tens of thousands of dollars due to this shouldn't a forum or moderator potentially engaging in a coverup be liable to a certain degree? BoostAddict will not cover this story up. We stand with Brian McLevis and others that have been taken advantage of by Dime Racing. MBWorld should be ashamed.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 07:16 AM
    Welcome Rampage Racing, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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    Today, 07:03 AM
    m276dela30, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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    Today, 04:54 AM
    Hey DaniMonteiro991: :text-welcomewave:
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  • nbrigdan's Avatar
    Today, 01:02 AM
    A simple tire change (and maybe light weight wheels if you want to splurge) and it would handle the GT3... Interesting.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 12:41 AM
    azimov308, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:28 PM
    For the first time ever Porsche is producing a 911 GTS that exceeds or matches the 911 GT3 model in performance. You likely saw the acceleration comparison video posted showing the 991.2 GTS actually edging the new 991.2 GT3 in a 0-200 kph comparison. Acceleration is only part of the GT3's appeal but it certainly is interesting the GTS just wins the 0-200 kph sprint despite being rated 50 horsepower less. Area under the curve definitely matters. The GT3 is about the roadcourse though, isn't it? Nurburgring test numbers show the GT3 has the edge on that big track: Albeit just slightly. What about on a tighter course? That is what you see in the video below and the GT3 can not pass the GTS. Now think about this. What if the GTS had equal aerodynamics and tires? What if the GTS had a tune? Wouldn't the GTS be the stronger roadcourse car by a significant margin at that point? The point ultimately is the GTS and GT3 are surprisingly close to each other as is. The GTS is the value and tuning choice. The GT3's appeal of course is the race inspired naturally aspirated flat-6, suspension components, and aerodynamics. Which car is quicker ultimately will come down to the driver. Porsche deserves tremendous credit for catering to enthusiasts with different tastes and not just making the choice for you as BMW M has done.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:21 PM
    Welcome JoelN54, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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