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About PandaCopyRight

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    Resident master of Saabs and Volvos
  • Birthday 1998-11-23

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    PC Case, Apartment, House, Riga, Latvia, Europe, World


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    Intel i7 4790K
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    Asus Maximus VI Formula
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    Kingston HyperX Fury CL10 1866MHz 16Gb (4x4GB)
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    Gainward RTX 2070 Phantom
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    NZXT S340 red and black
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    120GB Kingston V300 SSD + 1TB 7200RPM Seagate Barracuda (to be Samsung 850 EVO 120GB)
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    Corsair RM750x
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    1xHP LP2065 and 2xPhilips 239CL
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    CM Hyper 212 Evo
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    Corsair K70 LUX RGB Cherry MX brown
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  1. anyways ... the driving instructors here make the learner drive AT the speed limit ... not lower .. not higher .... the safest speed to drive at .. keep up with traffic
  2. driving classes for the hell of it? what are you... American? man the shit you can get into by going 5 over with a learners permit or even worse ... without a permit or DL .... know too many people who dont have the ability to get a license for about 5 years ... cause of doing that shit ... sooo.... you aint trying to be a swede no more?
  3. so yeah, sounds like the lower end 6 cylinder manual models are the ones for you to look for
  4. The automatic is not a bad option, its just more electronics to worry about. So less electronics the better imo Then again i think the top model had a dual clutch transmission not a boring ol' automatic... so that might be a quite nice option.
  5. Yeah that is about the generation where bmw started to have a crap ton electronics that could go wrong.... Usually its fine.... Especially if you can find a manual transmission one
  6. I have not hear much good about the 595 reliability ... but i have not heard much bad ... so i dont know what to say E89 will be like a newer BMW ... Just dont get the 2.0L turbo 4 cylinder (the N20 engine has a few lawsuits regarding a well known reliability issues of it loving to self destruct) Other than that the BMW you shouldnt worry much about it as long as it doesnt have any electrical issues. Overall i think both cars are decent options but i would go BMW personally ... cause its a BMW and i bet i wouldnt fit in the 595
  7. those are some fancy ass photos
  8. dayum id like to get or make something like that for a car when i get one
  9. relatively cheap and fun? hard to beat a smaller car with a turbo 4 cylinder. not JDM but could be fun ... an Audi with a 1.8T 20v something like a 1st gen TT or A3 or maybe A4... shouldnt be expensive for the lower power variants and are available FWD or AWD maybe get a saab? cough @RevoltTrain cough
  10. holly .... that is one hell of a blowout
  11. yeah ..... no ... ill stick to the Agera RS
  12. i would be paranoid about any car .... but thats just me
  13. yep ... its such a beautiful car
  14. Yeah .. im a bit far from that place... but im closer to sweden... aka the place Koenigsegg is from the red thing i posted ... has around 1160 up to 1340hp form a 5.0L twin turbo V8 with a 7 speed DCT and curb weight of around 1400kg The Agera RS is more of a work of art not a car ... that you can still daily drive if you can afford that this is one in action (also world record)