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      10-11-2005, 09:52 AM   #23
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LSD, aka "acid," is odorless, colorless, and has a slightly bitter taste
and is usually taken by mouth. And it makes you go CRAZZZZZY???
Does also make you have an obsession with power rangers?
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      10-11-2005, 10:54 AM   #24
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So LSD = muscle car? You obviously have no idea about what an LSD does. The single most frurstrating thing when you bring a non-M Bimmer to track/autoX is when coming out of a corner, watching your revs go sky high but the car would not accelerate away.

Open diff SUCKS.
Having had a E46 M3 and did some drift/trackdays with it(also with a 330i E46) I definitely agree!
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      10-11-2005, 04:17 PM   #25
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umm, most muscle cars dont even have LSDs.
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      10-11-2005, 04:55 PM   #26
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BMW's used to have LSD standard. I believe E36 was the model year where the LSD went bye bye and only remains in the "M" lineup.

Geez..the Lexus IS originally had a LSD.
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      10-11-2005, 06:45 PM   #27
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I gave my car LSD once, but it totally freaked out. It started halucinating and thought it was seeing pink elephants in the garage. Had to sit up with it all night and try to keep it calm. I'll never let the car have LSD again. It's okay now, except for the occasional flashback.
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      10-11-2005, 08:36 PM   #28
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So LSD = muscle car? You obviously have no idea about what an LSD does.
"LSD = muscle car" is not what I wrote... Read it again...

I'm very aware of what it does... I laid plenty of double black patches with my GT's LSD.

The 325/330 is not a sports car, the M is... Most of the people enjoying their 325 on a winding road have no need of it. They aren't auto-x'ing, they aren't pushing it that hard.

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The single most frurstrating thing when you bring a non-M Bimmer to track/autoX is when coming out of a corner, watching your revs go sky high but the car would not accelerate away.

Open diff SUCKS.
Then perhaps you should try a car with a Torsen differential, that doesn't happen whether or not it has an LSD connected to it.

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lol. thats quote of the year.

"LSD is for trucks and muscle cars"
I too am laughing out loud... Because that ignorant little gem, "LSD is for trucks and muscle cars", was written by you... not me. If you READ my post again, you to should see that this is not what I wrote. If you can't, may I suggest a Speak 'N Spell...

The E90's are not muscle or sports cars, or trucks for that matter... They are sedans, and even if they are sporty, I don't think it's totally unreasonable for them to not have an LSD.
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umm, most muscle cars dont even have LSDs.
Everyone that I have owned has had one...
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