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Here's my daily driven 540 whp sti

2023.03.23 17:07 90blacktsiawd Here's my daily driven 540 whp sti

This is my first foray into the Subaru world though not my first trip into the turbo 4 cyl awd world as my name might hint at. I've built a few dsm's, a z32 tt 300zx, svt cobra and s13 in the past. I always liked wrx's but knew myself well enough to know anything short of a STI wouldn't keep me happy for long. I picked up my current car off ebay right before covid shut everything down. 107k miles, intake, cat back, AP3 installed, supposedly low compression in 1 cylinder, $8k plus shipping from the west coast. The car showed up maybe a week before the initial covid shut downs took place. First start had smoke billowing out of the exhaust and what sounded like popcorn popping under the hood. I'm not completely inept when it comes to cars but i knew doing the motor was going to be more than i was prepared to tackle. Stopped at a few places while waiting for the car to arrive and was shocked at the costs i was being given to prep something to break 400 whp after a turbo upgrade down the road.
I ended up settling on a local place called Area1320 in Nazareth PA to do the work. They're the closest Subaru specialty shop and they're an IAG certified installer. I started collecting parts as i found deals on them as my date to go in for the build was still several months off. Unfortunately due to all the shut downs shipping delays and places just plain being out of stock meant what was supposed to be a 2-3 month long build turned into a 2 year build. Over this time as i kept doing research and finding deals on more parts the build just kept growing. It was always intend to be a full street car. Something responsive that is a joy to take on my favorite back roads and to the autocross when they come to town.
When they finally cracked into my motor it was pretty clear that there were more problems besides 1 cylinder with low compression. 1 piston had a cracked ring land. Another has the edge of the piston crown literally explode. Metal chunks damaged 1 head beyond repair, turbo was smoked and tons of oil in the tmic.
There isn't an area of the car that hasn't been touched at this point. To the best of my knowledge this list of parts below is accurate.







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2023.03.22 18:42 LeoThePointHunter The Points Art Club at The Point CDC Every Wednesday from 6-8pm

The Points Art Club at The Point CDC Every Wednesday from 6-8pm
The Points Art Club is a free weekly drop-in program that welcomes participants of ages 13 and up. It provides a range of creative art activities, including painting, drawing, printmaking, and collage, for individuals to engage in. This is an excellent opportunity to try out new art mediums and socialize with other artists
Drop-in Art Making for all ages 13 and above recommended.
Every Wednesday, From 6:00-8:00 pm
Contact: Carey Clark[[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])917.822.4853@careyclark.clark
Location: THE POINT940 Garrison Avenue, Bronx, NY 10474Entrance on Manida Street. Meet In the main courtyard. THE POINT is located 3 blocks away from the 6 Train (Hunts Point Station)

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2023.03.22 18:13 LeoThePointHunter The Point Arts Club at The Point CDC

The Point Arts Club at The Point CDC
The Points Art Club is a free weekly drop-in program that welcomes participants of ages 13 and up. It provides a range of creative art activities, including painting, drawing, printmaking, and collage, for individuals to engage in. This is an excellent opportunity to try out new art mediums and socialize with other artists
Drop-in Art Making for all ages 13 and above recommended.
Every Wednesday, From 6:00-8:00 pm
Contact: Carey Clark [email protected] 917.822.4853 @careyclark.clark
Location: THE POINT 940 Garrison Avenue, Bronx, NY 10474 Entrance on Manida Street. Meet In the main courtyard. THE POINT is located 3 blocks away from the 6 Train (Hunts Point Station)

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2023.03.21 18:54 stbreadworldwide New Members Intro

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2023.03.20 04:03 jrralls "This fucking computer, I thought it would do a lot of it." - And it DID 25 years later. ChatGPT Writes "You Bark, I Bite"

So Christopher says, "This fucking computer, I thought it would do a lot of it" and he was just 25 years too early because I just made ChatGPT write out the outline of "You Bark, I Bite."

Title: You Bark I Bite

"You Bark I Bite" is a gripping tale about a young man named Tony, who always dreamt of being a mobster. Growing up in the rough streets of New York, Tony saw the power and influence that the mob had, and he wanted a piece of the action. He was a big talker with even bigger dreams, and when he finally gets a chance to join the mob, he quickly realizes that the reality of the mob life is even more dangerous and exciting than he ever imagined.

Tony was always a bit of a loudmouth. Growing up in the Bronx, he never shied away from a fight or an argument, and he always had a quick comeback for anyone who crossed him. But beneath his tough exterior, Tony had big dreams. He wanted more than the life his parents had, working long hours at a factory just to make ends meet. He wanted to be someone, to have power and respect.
Tony's fascination with the mob started when he was just a kid. He would watch movies like "The Godfather" and "Goodfellas" and imagine himself in the shoes of the characters. He loved the idea of being part of a secret society, where loyalty and honor were everything. He knew that the life of a mobster was dangerous, but he also knew that it was glamorous, with money, women, and power at your fingertips.
As Tony grew older, his obsession with the mob only intensified. He started reading books about the Mafia, watching documentaries, and even studying the history of organized crime. He became an expert on the subject, and he was convinced that he had what it took to be a great mobster. He had the street smarts, the charisma, and the ambition. All he needed was a way in.
One day, Tony's chance came. He was hanging out at a local bar, shooting the breeze with some guys from the neighborhood, when a man walked in. He was dressed in a sharp suit, with a gold watch and a diamond pinky ring. Tony recognized him as a made man, a member of the local Mafia family. The man looked at Tony and nodded, and Tony knew right then and there that this was his chance.
Without hesitating, Tony walked up to the man and introduced himself. He was nervous, but he tried to act cool. The man asked Tony what he wanted, and Tony said he wanted to be a part of the family. The man laughed and said that it wasn't that simple. He told Tony that the life of a mobster was tough, and that he would have to prove himself first.
Tony was undeterred. He told the man that he was willing to do whatever it took to join the family. The man nodded and told Tony to come back the next day. Tony was thrilled. He knew that this was his chance to finally achieve his dream.
The next day, Tony went back to the bar. The man was there, along with a few other guys. They took Tony to a back room and asked him some questions. They wanted to know if he was willing to keep his mouth shut, if he was willing to do whatever they asked, and if he was loyal. Tony answered yes to all of the questions, and the men seemed to be impressed.
After the questioning, the men told Tony that he could join the family, but he would have to start at the bottom. Tony didn't mind. He was just happy to be a part of the family. The men gave Tony some tasks to do, like running errands and doing favors for people. Tony did everything he was asked to do, and he did it well.
As time went on, Tony started to move up in the family. He was trusted with bigger tasks, like collecting debts and keeping tabs on rival gangs. He proved himself to be a valuable member of the family, and he loved every minute of it.
Tony was finally living his dream. He had the power, the respect, and the money. He was a mobster, and he was damn good at it. But little did he know, the life of a mobster was much more dangerous than he ever imagined.
As Tony continued to climb the ranks of the family, he began to see the darker side of the mob. He witnessed violence, betrayal, and the consequences that came with crossing the wrong people. But Tony was still determined to prove himself and be the best mobster he could be.
He started to take on more dangerous jobs, like carrying out hits on rival gang members. He became more ruthless and less hesitant to use violence to achieve his goals. He was becoming the exact type of person he had always wanted to be, but at what cost?
One day, Tony was given a job that would change his life forever. He was tasked with taking out a high-ranking member of a rival gang. Tony knew that this was a big job, and he would have to be careful. But as he planned and executed the hit, something went wrong.
Tony was caught by the police and taken into custody. He was facing a long prison sentence, and he knew that he had let down the family. He was devastated. All of his dreams of being a successful mobster had come crashing down around him.
As he sat in his cell, Tony began to reflect on his life. He realized that he had become so consumed with his desire to be a mobster that he had lost sight of everything else. He had hurt people, taken lives, and had been blinded by the power and money that came with the lifestyle.
Tony knew that he had to make things right. He began to cooperate with the police, giving them information about the family and the crimes they had committed. He knew that he was risking his life, but he also knew that it was the right thing to do.
In the end, Tony was able to help bring down the family and bring justice to those who had been hurt by their actions. He realized that being a mobster wasn't all it was cracked up to be, and that the consequences of his actions had far-reaching effects.
As he walked out of prison a changed man, Tony knew that he would never be able to forget his past, but he was determined to make a better future for himself and those around him.
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2023.03.20 00:29 Dizzyeer I have a shitty theory that Drake is caught up with gang/organizations whether or not he chose to be.

It all started with the Hoover show with Ye and Drake. Obviously nobody wanted another mid 90s rap beef that resulted in death (and war) that stretched well beyond just famous rappers.
I firstly believe Drake and Kanye were puppets and pulled by J Prince to do the concert to both make amends, but also profit Larry Hoover, who is the infamous co-founder of the Gangster Disciples. I’m gonna make this conspiracy shittier by just dropping wiki pages if you wanna research people more. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Hoover
To be clear, Hoover has no right to being free and should absolutely be in jail for organizing an incredibly massive crime/drug ring that has killed so many and lead to many overdoses. That’s aside from the fact.
J Prince is incredibly influential and was very close with Birdman. He introduced Drake to Lil Wayne and his ties are more extensive than most in the music industry without actually being a musician. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Prince
There are stories about Prince that sound like hip-hop fables. Tall tales, like the rumor that Scarface was able to set foot in dangerous Chicago hoods because of Prince’s relationship with Gangster Disciples’ founder Larry Hoover. Or the story of Prince sending a goon to knock out a bootlegger but refuse to do so because cameras were around. It’s hard to believe that a man who may not stand any taller than 5’9” is arguably the most feared figure in the history of Southern hip-hop.
More recently, Drake has been tied up with 21 Savage who has been infamously tied with Sex Money Murda gang (east coast Bloods). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_Money_Murda
5 years ago, they were often described as the most violent street gang in NY. https://www.vice.com/en/article/mbx48a/who-was-pistol-pete-sex-money-murder-nyc-bronx
With 21’s more recent issues with immigration, I genuinely believe he’s being used to feed the Bloods with legitimate money through putting on 21 even further. He has a history with mostly blood artists (Lil Wayne, The Game). Not to mention the obvious 4L connection with 21 which is also Bloods. Drake’s entire career can almost be connected to Bloods.
Ultimately, Drake is consistently tethered to gangs throughout his entire career. This is my very shitty and loose theory. Thank you.
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2023.03.19 01:46 PawnzzZ Surgical Resident in the Bronx

Hey, I will be moving to NY to be a resident across the Montefiore hospitals: Montefiore Moses, Einstein Weiler, Jacobi.
Hoping to get some advice on where would be good areas to live, max budget would be about 3500 total between two people. By nature of covering multiple hospitals on call overnight, would require a car. This kind of limits my ability to live in Manhattan as I also don't want to have to deal with street parking. Within the bronx we are looking at Riverdale but don't want to purely limit ourselves to what we have already heard is nice!
Ideally, would want to live somewhere that is a relatively easy/short commute to the hospitals by car. Also very important to us that we are close to a main subway line that runs to Manhattan as we have lots of friends and family down there.
I'm already familiar with surgical resident life so I know how importance convenience is during these years. Thanks!
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