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Posted 10/27/08 , edited 10/27/08
I really want to get a small 2 seater Japanese car but being 6'5'' it wont be a reality unless modifications which I wouldnt have the time for.
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Posted 10/28/08

veyron1001 wrote:

I really want to get a small 2 seater Japanese car but being 6'5'' it wont be a reality unless modifications which I wouldnt have the time for.


My cousin is 6'3". Im not sure about his exact height, but i know he is bigger that 6 feet. He loves my two. He barely fits, but he finds it fun and actually pretty comfy. His legs sometimes hit the steering wheel on bumps though. lol. I'll see whenever he comes over again i'll post a pic of him next to the car.
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i like mr2's. i see this really nice red one (2nd gen) whenever i go to eat soup in chinatown. i've never confronted the driver, but if i could i would tell him about how nice it is. i would get one, if only i could find one, let alone afford one
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Posted 10/28/08 , edited 10/28/08

M1ST3R-Tw0 wrote:


veyron1001 wrote:

I really want to get a small 2 seater Japanese car but being 6'5'' it wont be a reality unless modifications which I wouldnt have the time for.


My cousin is 6'3". Im not sure about his exact height, but i know he is bigger that 6 feet. He loves my two. He barely fits, but he finds it fun and actually pretty comfy. His legs sometimes hit the steering wheel on bumps though. lol. I'll see whenever he comes over again i'll post a pic of him next to the car.


If I were to buy one I would have to purchase the removable steering wheel kit with a racing seat for more room. It wont be too bad. Might have to be careful with foot placement as a size 15 shoe size would probable mash the gas an brake pedal at the same time.
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Posted 10/29/08

veyron1001 wrote:


M1ST3R-Tw0 wrote:


veyron1001 wrote:

I really want to get a small 2 seater Japanese car but being 6'5'' it wont be a reality unless modifications which I wouldnt have the time for.


My cousin is 6'3". Im not sure about his exact height, but i know he is bigger that 6 feet. He loves my two. He barely fits, but he finds it fun and actually pretty comfy. His legs sometimes hit the steering wheel on bumps though. lol. I'll see whenever he comes over again i'll post a pic of him next to the car.


If I were to buy one I would have to purchase the removable steering wheel kit with a racing seat for more room. It wont be too bad. Might have to be careful with foot placement as a size 15 shoe size would probable mash the gas an brake pedal at the same time.


What gen mr2 are u thinking about. The first gen is a little cramp, but the second gen is a little roomier. I have both a first gen and a second gen
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Posted 10/29/08

veyron1001 wrote:


M1ST3R-Tw0 wrote:


veyron1001 wrote:

I really want to get a small 2 seater Japanese car but being 6'5'' it wont be a reality unless modifications which I wouldnt have the time for.


My cousin is 6'3". Im not sure about his exact height, but i know he is bigger that 6 feet. He loves my two. He barely fits, but he finds it fun and actually pretty comfy. His legs sometimes hit the steering wheel on bumps though. lol. I'll see whenever he comes over again i'll post a pic of him next to the car.


If I were to buy one I would have to purchase the removable steering wheel kit with a racing seat for more room. It wont be too bad. Might have to be careful with foot placement as a size 15 shoe size would probable mash the gas an brake pedal at the same time.




lol the QR doesnt really give you more room when your driving.., it gives you room so you can get out of the car with a bucket seat(since its a pain to get out of the bucket seat with the steering wheel in place)
well especially for me anyways cause i have nardi deep corn, so it comes out a bit more
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Posted 10/29/08

yangss14 wrote:


veyron1001 wrote:


M1ST3R-Tw0 wrote:


veyron1001 wrote:

I really want to get a small 2 seater Japanese car but being 6'5'' it wont be a reality unless modifications which I wouldnt have the time for.


My cousin is 6'3". Im not sure about his exact height, but i know he is bigger that 6 feet. He loves my two. He barely fits, but he finds it fun and actually pretty comfy. His legs sometimes hit the steering wheel on bumps though. lol. I'll see whenever he comes over again i'll post a pic of him next to the car.


If I were to buy one I would have to purchase the removable steering wheel kit with a racing seat for more room. It wont be too bad. Might have to be careful with foot placement as a size 15 shoe size would probable mash the gas an brake pedal at the same time.




lol the QR doesnt really give you more room when your driving.., it gives you room so you can get out of the car with a bucket seat(since its a pain to get out of the bucket seat with the steering wheel in place)
well especially for me anyways cause i have nardi deep corn, so it comes out a bit more


Its to help me get in and out of the car. When I get in there should be an ok amount of room.
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Posted 10/29/08

veyron1001 wrote:


yangss14 wrote:


veyron1001 wrote:


M1ST3R-Tw0 wrote:


veyron1001 wrote:

I really want to get a small 2 seater Japanese car but being 6'5'' it wont be a reality unless modifications which I wouldnt have the time for.


My cousin is 6'3". Im not sure about his exact height, but i know he is bigger that 6 feet. He loves my two. He barely fits, but he finds it fun and actually pretty comfy. His legs sometimes hit the steering wheel on bumps though. lol. I'll see whenever he comes over again i'll post a pic of him next to the car.


If I were to buy one I would have to purchase the removable steering wheel kit with a racing seat for more room. It wont be too bad. Might have to be careful with foot placement as a size 15 shoe size would probable mash the gas an brake pedal at the same time.




lol the QR doesnt really give you more room when your driving.., it gives you room so you can get out of the car with a bucket seat(since its a pain to get out of the bucket seat with the steering wheel in place)
well especially for me anyways cause i have nardi deep corn, so it comes out a bit more


Its to help me get in and out of the car. When I get in there should be an ok amount of room.



you dont have to rephrase what i was telling you, i know what i was telling you, lol you said the QR setup gives you more room. you never really clarified, so if thats what you meant (which it really didnt if you read the convo) so i was just saying QR doesnt really give you incabin room, but leaving the cabin (bucket seat) is a lot easier

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Posted 10/29/08
i dun really like the design much
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Posted 11/3/08
Can anyone post a nice pic of a SARD MC8R.........for those that dont know, the mc8r is the car SARD built to go GT1 racing at le mans in the mid 90's. It involved a @nd gen MR2, with a twin turbo Lexus V8 shoehorned into the chassis.........
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Posted 11/3/08

apeezy wrote:

Can anyone post a nice pic of a SARD MC8R.........for those that dont know, the mc8r is the car SARD built to go GT1 racing at le mans in the mid 90's. It involved a @nd gen MR2, with a twin turbo Lexus V8 shoehorned into the chassis.........


The only picture of Sard MC8R I have :(
Posted 11/3/08 , edited 11/5/08
still like the 3S-GE N/A MR2
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Posted 11/4/08

91 MR2 Turbo right handrive imported from japan...
Sold it last year to a co worker who decided to dift it on to
on comming traffic....
I miss this car
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Posted 11/4/08

muzix wrote:

still like the 3S-GE N/A MR2 maybe swap a high revving 20 Valve 4A-GE...I love N/A more than turbos cause it takes more brains to produce power to an N/A engine.


The 2nd half of your statement is completely wrong.
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Posted 11/4/08 , edited 11/4/08

otaku_drifter wrote:

91 MR2 Turbo right handrive imported from japan...
Sold it last year to a co worker who decided to dift it on to
on comming traffic....
I miss this car


Its so ironic that you have the same body kit as my buddy. Borders kit with greddy side skirts. I guess its very popular huh?
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