QUARRANTINE THERAPY

Discussion in 'The Champagne Room' started by IntimidatorRT, Mar 23, 2020.

  1. IntimidatorRT

    IntimidatorRT Well-Known Member Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Now that most of the nation is under a stay at home order unless you need to run to store or something, You guys working on your rides or what?
     
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    Not working on it yet, it's still in the 40's here in northern Ohio. I'll probably wait a few more weeks then will take off the winter wheels/tires and do a detail. It survived winter pretty well.
    I've kicked around doing a Blastin Bob's or Magnaflow resonator replacement, or maybe getting some 20" redline tires but I need to see the financial situation stabilize before I'll spend any discretionary funds.
     
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    There will be lots of time behind the steering wheel burning cheap gas.
     
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    Gas at my local NJ Valero station is now only $2.11 for regular.
     
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    Gas around here runs $1.51 to $1.99. Most stations are around $1.74. Now that gas is cheaper we can go more places and put more miles on our cars. So what do we do for cruise ins and car shows in late spring and early summer? Park in every other parking space? :emotions34:
     
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    IntimidatorRT Well-Known Member Staff Member Super Moderator

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    $1.85 for regular here in Louisiana, 93 is about $2.43
     
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    Gas is in the 1.50's to 1.70's range here. Ironic that its cheapest its been in years, but you can't really go anywhere.
     
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    Simple supply and demand economics. NJ used to be one of the states with the cheapest gas until our politicians started piling taxes on each gallon.
     
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    Jersey gas prices were artificially low because their taxes were lower than surrounding states.
     
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    I'm still working, as my company is considered necessary to be open. My splitter gets here Tuesday, then will be custom painted and installed shortly after. Rear diffuser, Novistretch wrap and new door speakers will also happen before July.