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Old 8th March 2009, 09:23   #101
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RaceMX-M3, please let the ASR vs Stroker discussion go: we've been there already and it is going nowhere.
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Fair enough, I hope everyone realizes we're simply engaged in a spirited debate and while at times passion runs high, we're all still on the same team. ASR is off the hook. BMW FTW.
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