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    like i was told once on another forum, GO ON YOU BE THE FIRST

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    its BS.....

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    Looks SENSATIONAL.
    So do you drop it in the tank with the gas?????????????????????

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    No silly...you mount it next to the Flux Capcitor..set it on 21 jiga watts of power....grip it and rip it. Doh.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by iflyems View Post
    No silly...you mount it next to the Flux Capcitor..set it on 21 jiga watts of power....grip it and rip it. Doh.....
    lol......

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    Text in the ad says...

    "You will receive crisp acceleration, much more horsepower and torque, WITH PERFECT AND SMOOTH SLIDING..."

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