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post #31 of 40

No, but there is a now a Carbon Fiber Audi ski. It is a complellty new ski desisgned with the help of HEAD in Austria!

 

http://www.freshnessmag.com/2011/01/31/audi-carbon-skis-carbon-fiber-skis-concept/ 

 

Might have to find a pair to match my Brand spanking new (3 days ago) 2011 Audi S4 Quattro ,  dual-intercooled, Supercharged, S-Tronic, .

 

I got the Titanium package and Carbon Fiber Interior Inlays, so the skis would match perfectly!!!! And the color is Phantom Black Pearl Effect.

 

 

post #32 of 40

This ski from K2 makes as much sense as this Ferrari ski (by Dynastar)....

 

dynastar_lange_ferrari_ski_junior_perspective.jpg

post #33 of 40

Agree with Phil.  Now Porsche on the other hand...

post #34 of 40

And speaking of Audi, the music on their A7 psychedelic add caught my attention.  Sweet looking car imho, and gets half-decent fuel mileage...

http://www.audia7.net/audi-a7-engine.html

 

post #35 of 40

BMW drivers are the worst on the road. Hopefully your new boards don't cause you to ski like an idiot.

post #36 of 40

Yep! the A7 is a beaut!

post #37 of 40

That doesn't go to the Porsche Drivers?

 

What's the difference between a Porsche & a Porcupine!

 

Ans: In a Porsche the Pricks are on the Inside!biggrin.gif

 

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Originally Posted by telerod15 View Post

BMW drivers are the worst on the road. Hopefully your new boards don't cause you to ski like an idiot.



 

post #38 of 40

Same experience tele. but 4 wheelers get out of the way for large cars(trucks). Was a transport driver for Audi,BMW,Porsche and the distribution end of it had the same mind set as the misfits that buy them. Disclaimer:Not all drivers suck.

post #39 of 40
Quote:
Originally Posted by telerod15 View Post

BMW drivers are the worst on the road. Hopefully your new boards don't cause you to ski like an idiot.


It's funny because its so often true!

The most likely car to cut you off, pass on the right shoulder, zip into an on-ramp to get ahead, or a host of other impatient moves that gain them a couple of car lengths or seconds during a half hour trip.

However, I don't know if they are the absolute worse, and give entry level Hyundai drivers a wide berth too.

 

post #40 of 40

Im taking the BMW driving course at the South Carolina facility some time soon, so hopefully ill learn how to cut you off more safely and effectively.

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