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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    sell the 12, you need a 15.. sub up port back



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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    who spends 10k on a kia.?



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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    I spent 15k otd for my 08 spec5. I drove all the other cars in it's price range and I liked it the best.

    Hyundai bought most of Kia and almost all the engine internals are Hyundai. You're not going to win any street races but I could care less. The Hyundai beta2 motor is bullet proof.

    I love pulling up in my Kia and blowing the dudes system away parked next to me in a Mustang. They always burn off so they can still feel like a man.




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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    Quote Originally Posted by blackbonnie View Post
    using the e-brake with an automatic...


    priceless
    Is this a problem?




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    I do all the time. This is my first auto so it's wired into my brain.

    What's cheaper to replace, brake pads or a tranny?




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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    Wall that B***h off. You know you want to



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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    I have a build log going but there is not much in it as of thew moment. I'm tearing down my old setup and going bigger and ported.

    I'm buying my gear piece by piece so I can build a strictly spl system so I can go compete.

    You would be surprised how loud I was getting off of 400@4ohms sealed.

    I second the wall!




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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    Quote Originally Posted by bigbangtheory View Post
    So you had 10k in cash and you picked a Kia Spectra? They are ok cars, but if I had 10k, I would have looked more and seen what else I could have gotten.

    Also why get so defensive when it does look like a chicks car and on top of it, you are giving it to your chick and you are getting a nice manly car IMO. Relax!
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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    Using the E-brake prevents torque-lock. If you park your auto on a hill and don't use the E-brake, when you shift out of park it'll make a huge pop cuz the gears hae so much pressure on em. It helps to save the transmission.



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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    Quote Originally Posted by simpsonbuck View Post
    I spent 15k otd for my 08 spec5. I drove all the other cars in it's price range and I liked it the best.

    Hyundai bought most of Kia and almost all the engine internals are Hyundai. You're not going to win any street races but I could care less. The Hyundai beta2 motor is bullet proof.

    I love pulling up in my Kia and blowing the dudes system away parked next to me in a Mustang. They always burn off so they can still feel like a man.
    Maybe. But to take out a fuel filter you have the take out the entire ****ing engine.

    Ask me how I know.



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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    How do you know?



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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    He went to Lincoln Tech. lol




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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    Who cares if I use the E-brake when its an auto. I live on a steep hill so its extra precaution. And yes I had 10 grand and bought a kia, so what?? It has a 5 year 50,000 mile warranty(10yr/100,000 is only for the original owner) and only has 9,000 miles on it. Not to mention it gets around 34 mpg highway. I just drove from PA to TN and only spent $70 in gas to get there. And its fairly easy to get these things loud



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    Quote Originally Posted by ArrizX View Post
    Maybe. But to take out a fuel filter you have the take out the entire ****ing engine.

    Ask me how I know.
    Thats funny cuz in the spectra's the fuel filter is built into the fuel pump



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    Re: New Ride, New setup

    wouldnt be my first choice ..... im not into 4 cylinders ...... but getting loud is a priority of mine with a nice sized engine still


    oh, nice car though, i love the matrixes from toyota and the mazdas like this ...




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