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Awesome muffler! I ordered the Race can for my 2017 Freeride and it gives it a great sound. Been running it for three seasons now with no issues. Not too loud at lower RPMs but gives it a deeper rumble. When you really crack it to the sled it screams! Love it!




Doo 2002 Crack


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James's mainstream success had peaked by the release of his album Glow in 1985 and his appearance on the popular TV show, The A-Team. His subsequent album releases failed to sell as well as their predecessors. Rapper MC Hammer sampled James's "Super Freak" for his 1990 hit, "U Can't Touch This" which won Best R&B Song at the 1991 Grammy Awards. James received his only Grammy for composing the song.[1] By the early 1990s, James's career was hampered by his drug addiction and he was embroiled with legal issues. In 1993, James was convicted for two separate instances of kidnapping and assaulting two different women while under the influence of crack cocaine, resulting in a three-year sentence at Folsom State Prison. James was released on parole in 1996 and released the album Urban Rapsody in 1997. James's health problems halted his career again after he had a mild stroke during a concert in 1998, and he announced a semi-retirement.


In 1989, James met 17-year-old party-goer Tanya Hijazi. The two began a romance in 1990. In 1993, the couple had their only child and James's youngest, Tazman. Following their respective releases from prison for assaulting Mary Sauger and Frances Alley,[34][35] they married in 1996 and divorced in 2002.


James's substance abuse began in his teens, first with marijuana and heroin.[5] He began using cocaine in the late 1960s. His cocaine addiction increased by the 1980s, and he began freebasing by the end of the decade. When he smoked crack cocaine in his Beverly Hills mansion, he often put aluminum foil on the windows to block onlookers.[5] Although James claimed that he quit cocaine when he entered prison, his autopsy showed there was a small amount of the substance in his bloodstream at the time of his death.[39]


By the 1990s, James's drug abuse was public knowledge. He was heavily addicted to cocaine and later admitted to spending about $7,000 per week for five years straight. On August 2, 1991, James and his girlfriend Tanya Hijazi were arrested on charges of holding 24-year-old Frances Alley hostage for up to six days, tying her up, forcing her to perform sexual acts, and burning her legs and abdomen with the hot end of a crack cocaine pipe during a week-long cocaine binge.[35][41] James faced a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted on all charges, which included assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated mayhem, torture, forcible oral copulation, false imprisonment and kidnapping.[34]


According to the guilty plea, Clark, Street and others participated in a pattern of racketeering activity that included multiple acts involving gun point robberies; attempted murders; drug distribution, including cocaine, heroin and crack cocaine; and obstruction of justice and witness intimidation.


Then there are those cracks that seem to appear in the gelcoat from nowhere: in cabin and cockpit corners, around screw holes, or in the middle of the deck. It can be difficult to figure out what caused them.


A concentrated group of cracks generally running in the same direction indicates a more severe problem. This is often found on the leading edge of the cabin top where it meets the deck. This can be the result of a high flex area enduring heavy seas or too much load on the boat. Cracks may also form at a bulkhead or other hard spots behind the fiberglass when the boat flexes, creating pressure.


To repair this type of cracking, remove the gelcoat from the area and inspect the fiberglass for deeper cracks. Simply wipe the area with a wet cloth so the cracks or fractured fiberglass will appear as white lines in the laminate.


The environment can dramatically affect gelcoat. Wax can protect it from fading but there is no way to protect gelcoat against the repetitive expansion and contraction of temperature change. This movement can cause cracking, which may appear in a parallel or a random pattern.


Parallel patterned cracks will vary in length from short to several inches and are a few to several inches apart. I have heard them referred to as old age cracks. Often these are caused by an expansion of the deck laminate, making the gelcoat more susceptible to flexural stress.


Short, random cracks are also referred to as gelcoat crazing. Crazing can be localized to a small area or completely cover a deck. I have seen cockpit soles that remind me of a shattered car window. Crazing is caused by the gelcoat expanding and contracting over a given area.


We get customer calls asking if sanding the gelcoat and rolling epoxy over it will fill the gelcoat cracks and prevent them from returning. Sadly, the answer is no. Cracked gelcoat should be removed. After gelcoat removal, sand the fiberglass laminate with 80-grit sandpaper. After sanding, make any needed repairs to the area. Roll on a minimum of three coats of WEST SYSTEM Epoxy to seal the fiberglass before applying a finish coat of paint or gelcoat.


When gelcoat cracking is a symptom of another problem, repairing the crack and not repairing the underlying cause could lead to repeated cracking. In the case of a thick gelcoat, thinning the gelcoat is not practical.


The big screen movie escapade of Scooby-Doo (2002) involved Sarah Michelle Gellar as a black-belted Daphne and Rowan Atkinson as the main (okay, only) suspect, and a few sequels for this live-action approach were spawned. But my heart still belongs to the animated adventures, and in particular to the straight to video/DVD movies that deliver an hour or so of tongue-in-cheek entertainment with some of the best voice cameos and cheekiest lines of the franchise. It seems all the big stars want to have a crack at confounding those meddling kids.


Heavy on references to Enter The Dragon, Samurai Sword goes one step further and produces a real dragon, voiced by Brian Cox. George Takei also does some great voice-work. The fighting sequences are fun, and the Black Samurai is a pretty scary character. It continues the trend of making Daphne the sporty one of the gang, showing off the karate skills we first saw in the live-action Scooby-Doo back in 2002.


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