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44 years old
Orlando, FL
Born Dec-16-1974
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Year: 2006
Make: Mazdaspeed
Model: 6
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Body Style: Sedan
Engine: 2.3 DISI
Trans: 6-speed
From: Orlando, FL
Color: Black Cherry Mica
CarDomain URL: http://www.cardomain.com/id/sexystrat02
MySpace URL: http://www.myspace.com/crimson1974
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18 Apr 2009
She now has about 87k on the odo and runs as great as always. I think the only maintenance item that has been done is a radiator replacement.

About the only thing we have done to her since her last photoshoot in terms of mods was had the wheels color matched to the roof, which I absolutely love.

Future upgrades: not much. New AEM Dryflow filter for the intake and possibly a new set of springs as I really don't like the rough ride on the current ones. A lot of the OG's will remmeber that I purchased a Prokit from an old member which was rated for a 4cyl. Stratus/Eclipse, so it's kinda like having Sportlines in terms of ride quality and stance.

I had her for the day yesterday (hubby took the MS6 to work) so I gave her a thorough detail, took her around town for the day and snapped some quick pics.

24 Feb 2009

Goodies so far:
Forge Bypass Valve
Cobb SF SRI w/ black SU intake tube
Side vent mounted 60mm Prosport Premium Boost Gauge
StreetUnit 2.5" Test Pipe
CX-7 Shorty antenna
Clear side markers w/super white led's
R1 Concepts Slotted Rotors/Rotora Ceramic Pads
NGK Iridium IX 1 step-colder plugs

Next up:
COBB Tuning Turbo Inlet Pipe
Powercoated wheels (charcoal)
RPM Sport Springs (1.0" drop) and SPC Front Camber Adjustable Ball Joints

Possibly down the road I may invest in a downpipe and either aftermarket TMIC or FMIC...then it's inevitable that I get a COBB Accessport to get her tuned. They are fucking expensive, like $600-$700.

There is one guy currently in the process of obtaining software that will be able to flash any binary data to our ECU at will, without the need to take your ECU out or send it anywhere. So, in essence, we may have a "Logicgate" soon and a much less expensive option for tuning. Yippee!

Anyways, enjoy!
25 Aug 2008
Stock for now, just enjoying the ride for a bit until it starts to feel slow and boring, then we will see about some goodies.

Just gave her a first detail yesterday and boy did she need it. Previous owner leased her and never did shit. :irate:

In the next month or so I do definitely plan on a few items. It is so very tempting to go crazy as I live in the same town as Street Unit Performance who sells everything you could ever want for this car..... (IMG:style_emoticons/default/cool.gif)
- Test Pipe.
- Prosport Boot Gauge and Vent Pod
- Nite Shade the front and rear reflectors.
- Paint the plastic areas of side mirrors, foglight housings and exhaust area in a nice dark charcoal.
A slight drop may come further down the road, but we already have one lowered car in the house (miss SEXY) and I am enjoying not having to creep over lumps, humps and dips in the road. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)

That's all I can think of for now on the to-do list. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)

With that being said, say hello to "cherry" ( I know, so original :sarc:):


See that little dial? OMG, I can adjust my projectors and it blew my mind when I figured out what the dial was for. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)

14 Aug 2008
I will post more details tomorrow, but I am officially not the daily driver of Sexy anymore. Hubby will now continue the obsession from here on in.....(IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)

I have a new "obsession", say hello to "Cherry". More pics soon!

Awww, they look great together. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/wub.gif)

7 Aug 2008

Yep..Jeff is trying to kill my car. His jealousy has seeped out in a negative manner once again.

Refer to this thread for the first incident.

Now, we just moved in to our new townhouse this weekend. Jeff installed some shelving in the garage and apparently it was not installed good enough. I was in the living room last night unpacking and heard *crash!!!* in the garage.

Yep, the 5 foot long shelf fell from the wall, everything on it (paint cans, detail supplies, automotive fluids, etc.) came crashing down to the floor, marring my poor baby in the process (IMG:style_emoticons/default/ohmy.gif) . Luckily, the shelf's fall was broken by the lawn mover right below.

Long scratch on the front bumper - already wetsanded and buffed out.
2-3 deep 2 inch scratches on the lower door panel - will be touched up, wetsanded and buffed this weekend.

Honey - make up your mind. You tell me not to trade her in on something new, yet you mistreat her. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/sad.gif) (IMG:style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif) (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)
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hey liz. where did you get all your materials from and about how much do you think it will cost?
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