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1st ride in a 930

Not everyone gets excited as I do...
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Old 11-08-2011, 06:52 PM
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Wow, what a funny pic - will be talking about this to others for sure - thanks for posting it!
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The problem is, your turbo ain't spooling up as it should. Either that, or there's a huge trust factor in that young'un which you should be proud of. Just another boring ride in daddy's muscle car.
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The problem is, your turbo ain't spooling up as it should. Either that, or there's a huge trust factor in that young'un which you should be proud of. Just another boring ride in daddy's muscle car.
That could be it, but looks to me like the kiddo is exhausted from twisties and is just resting before the next set of turns
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Great pic... love the chocolate milk in the map pocket (BTDT)
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I will say he gave a big "Woo hoo" on first going into "boost", then later said "I was going too fast...". My response "What?... I'm only doing the speed limit, kinda. I just got there quicker than the others." He does prefer taking the 930 (aka "The white car") versus the 4runner to t-ball.
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Great pic... love the chocolate milk in the map pocket (BTDT)
Good eye! I was wondering who would notice that first. It fits nicely in the door pocket. The donuts were not allowed. They are on the floor in the back. Not a healthy breakfast, but neither is this hobby. Once in a while a treat...
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I used to put my kids to sleep with my sc, pretty difficult to get out of the driveway before they fell asleep to that aircooled rumble.

They were not sleeping after their first ride in the 930.
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I will say he gave a big "Woo hoo" on first going into "boost", then later said "I was going too fast...". My response "What?... I'm only doing the speed limit, kinda. I just got there quicker than the others." He does prefer taking the 930 (aka "The white car") versus the 4runner to t-ball.
I took my kids to daycare in my first 930. They loved it. My first wife did not and that 930 got sold. I should have known right then that it was not going to work out!!

Now my 5 year old says the same thing. You are going to fast daddy! And I have the same answer that we are not going any faster than Mommy's car! It is just louder. This wife picked this car out and encouraged me to get it. Much better!!!
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Great pic!
My girls (3.5 and 5yrs) love Daddy's racing car!
They are always saying 'faster Daddy, Faster!'
- saw your stranded thread - I went through the same a while back - breaking down half way from UK to S France
Ended up being a bad alternator which would charge when cold but as soona s you stop and re start it would not charge and so battery would slowly depleat!
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My sons first ride last week had the same results. Not exactly the level of excitement I was hoping to see.
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My sons first ride last week had the same results. Not exactly the level of excitement I was hoping to see.
I love it.

I like the speaker covers. Where did you get those? Did you make them?
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I got the Crane ignition in (Hi-6N) along with the different coil and weatherpak wiring. It starts and runs. I'm happy about that. I haven't had a chance to take it out. It's too late for the neighbors. Maybe tomorrow.






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Is that an ethicon grasper ?
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just what i wanted to know grasper? babcock? us surgical sleeve i believe is different. i see the surgical blue towels as well in the others pic's. it seems that there is a connection. btw love the kids in the seats , this is why my wife wants me to sale my turbo since they don't have a ,"correct" rear protection seat, for the model so after sale either an m5 or......?

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Is that an ethicon grasper ?
Good eye. It's an ethicon. It works great for when you drop washers into "no hands" land. By far one of the best tools and most used in my tool chest.

It has also been brought to my attention that I posted this in the wrong thread I had going. It appears they were correct. Thanks Jamie. I'll have to up date my other thread as well.

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I use them daily, thought it looked familiar. Have to bring a few home.
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