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you want wheelies ride my stella


its a law you have to wheelie a stella when you take delivery unless it has a hack
if you dont wheelie it they can void your warranty :q:


Yessssssssssss!!!! I loves me some wheelies!!!!!

But no one seems to care Where JDM went? Or why? I'm concerned .........


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lets just say he is on vacation forever or untill he gets a diffrent ip and sneaks in again

he used to be known as 89xjlifted on here then was given a perimnent vacation and snuck back in this spring under the jdm screen name

trust those of us that have been around for a while no big loss here

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lets just say he is on vacation forever or untill he gets a diffrent ip and sneaks in again

he used to be known as 89xjlifted on here then was given a perimnent vacation and snuck back in this spring under the jdm screen name

trust those of us that have been around for a while no big loss here


Understood.


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I guess we will need someone new saying they do 75 mph. NME...you want the job?


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I guess we will need someone new saying they do 75 mph. NME...you want the job?


I'm on it and taking donations. But I dont own a Zuma so it may not count here.


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Im sure we would allow it for your Maliguti.


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Regardless.... Donations accepted! :q:


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you know what happens when you take that job

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ZUMIKE wrote:
you know what happens when you take that job


What is that?


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Jdm is gone due to his overly pushy sales agenda and causing nothing but drama here.

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ZUMIKE wrote:
you know what happens when you take that job



Oh.. I think you mean CLAIMING 75mph.... Not me, friend! I'm not a bullshitter. Thats why I dont post in most technical threads. I'm still new to this so even if I do post something, I word it carefully. If I dont have an answer, I'll gladly tell someone that I don't know. I think Buguy will confirm this. I will have proof of some sort... If I ever get there.


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i have had my zuma up to 80 mph






























































































on the trailer behind my truck :q:

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Pfffft..... Weak... Mine went 120-ish.

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i have had my zuma up to 80 mph






























































































on the trailer behind my truck :q:



When I dropped it off of a bridge. :q:


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Post Re: Jdm97ek4's 70cc liquid cooled build thread
Droped off a bridge DOES NOT COUNT for topspeed runs NME...that's cheating, like gps'ing downhill speeds....80mph in the trailer, flat ground is topspeed champ. But where's the vid of the gps and the the zuma on the trailer. LOL. :D

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