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Are you a ricer?
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wtf. how do you crash from missing a shift. thats like amazing.
he PHAILED
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hahha so funny :]
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24 / M / Japan - Osaka
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Posted 2/26/08
im no ricer im a racer
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KT97GT wrote:





I am XD


woah i saw a thread on crsx with this car. you seriously need to get that hood painted =D nice car still. i like those itrs
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I have American Racing wheels, so that makes me an automatic ricer. But, they were on the car when I bought it, and I paid $1000, so whatever.
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r u still a ricer if u only fit some of the criterion?????

ok.... fine, i'm a ricer. but a cute one in my tC!!!!!!!!
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Posted 2/27/08
I GUESSSSS.....
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RossoCorsa wrote:

in regards to a FULLY converted type-R, if including a whole front clip and seat conversion and whatnot, even if the chassis itself is weaker than say its original icon, you can consider it a type-R conversion in where the badging is legit even at NCCA standards. As long as primary components of the car contribute to it, you can put on that emblem without getting dissed. Purists would argue that it still won't make it a true Type-R (which i agree with) but i'm just stating that you can only announce your car to have such components if they are in fact a large contribution to the vehicle in question.

and to nammy: if you mean the youtube of the black guy with the red stang with GTR logo, he's branded a ricer because he said his car came with turbo and intercooler and has pistons to his rotary.

However, a lot of mustangs are rocking the GT-R logos now because there is in fact a mustang series of mod companies that are called GTR, and even the new mustangs have GTR editions.

From what i've seen, the GTR logo goes into these models (there are prolly more but i haven't found them)
1992 Mazda GTR (all wheel drive turbo rally car)
AMG Mercedes GTR (very few in existence to the point even benz dealers don't carry parts for them anymore or troubleshoot them)
Skyline GTR (we all know this one)
Mustang GTR (newly emerged, but has a different GTR logo than skyline yet stang owners still rock it).

of course... if i ever get a GTR of any kind, i'd shave all the logos off and make ppl think it's a conversion. less chance of it getting stolen on public accessways.


honestly i never knew there were a GTR mustang...thax for the heads up...but all in all i was trying to make a funny with my GTR...*sigh...no one ever gets my jokes T_T
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26 / M / California
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Posted 2/27/08

nammy585 wrote:


RossoCorsa wrote:

in regards to a FULLY converted type-R, if including a whole front clip and seat conversion and whatnot, even if the chassis itself is weaker than say its original icon, you can consider it a type-R conversion in where the badging is legit even at NCCA standards. As long as primary components of the car contribute to it, you can put on that emblem without getting dissed. Purists would argue that it still won't make it a true Type-R (which i agree with) but i'm just stating that you can only announce your car to have such components if they are in fact a large contribution to the vehicle in question.

and to nammy: if you mean the youtube of the black guy with the red stang with GTR logo, he's branded a ricer because he said his car came with turbo and intercooler and has pistons to his rotary.

However, a lot of mustangs are rocking the GT-R logos now because there is in fact a mustang series of mod companies that are called GTR, and even the new mustangs have GTR editions.

From what i've seen, the GTR logo goes into these models (there are prolly more but i haven't found them)
1992 Mazda GTR (all wheel drive turbo rally car)
AMG Mercedes GTR (very few in existence to the point even benz dealers don't carry parts for them anymore or troubleshoot them)
Skyline GTR (we all know this one)
Mustang GTR (newly emerged, but has a different GTR logo than skyline yet stang owners still rock it).

of course... if i ever get a GTR of any kind, i'd shave all the logos off and make ppl think it's a conversion. less chance of it getting stolen on public accessways.


honestly i never knew there were a GTR mustang...thax for the heads up...but all in all i was trying to make a funny with my GTR...*sigh...no one ever gets my jokes T_T


lol for the record i got your joke immediately.

more pix of your gtr would probably help the situation though lol.
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Posted 2/27/08
oh i wish!!!
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Ricer~
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23 / F / SoulCal, KiLLa KaLi
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Posted 3/2/08
some of these pictures are HiLARiOUS!!! lawl
and my boi is a jdm racer. border lining "ricer". he gets PiSSED every time i call him one!! haha
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23 / M / SF Bay Area, CA (...
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Most people have seen what rice looks like. It's called Fast and Furious, absolutely filled with ricer-ish looking cars.....
Posted 3/2/08
yup.... except that S2000 that looked bad ass
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