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April's Reader Letter's - Mail Sack

Your Letters, Our Senseless Replies

Mar 14, 2007

Hit us up at: mailsack@superstreetonline.comor Super Street, Attn: Mail Sack, 6420 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048

This month's lucky winner bagged himself a Pro Damper shock and strut set from Eibach. (www.eibach.com)

VIP Loving
You guys let me down. Super Street was the bible when it came to the world of tuning. Drag, drift, dimes to damned show cars you guys covered it all-and then some. Other titles came and went during the eight years I've read your often-odd-organ-referencing magazine, but you guys were always on the cutting edge: crazy cars from here to Japan. So after I purchased my GS300 two years ago, I waited months in anxious anticipation for some VIP action. But no love.

I know you guys don't like anything fat and heavy, but come on, do you know how much action you can get in the back seat of a sedan? Try hooking up with an import model in the cramped confines of a 240SX. Yeah, that's what I thought. Give us VIPs some love!

Sam Lee
Via the Internet

You'd be surprised what we can bust out in the back of a S13, but we'll still honor your request, Sam. Check out this month's Final Call car.

Coming out
Hey y'all. Every Chevrolet fan, well OK, muscle car fan is probably going to cuss at me right about now, but y'all are probably the best magazine around. I admit, I own a '80 Chevrolet Camaro that has a built 350 and all the other goodies, but bang for buck an import is the way to go. But yea, I figured I'd let y'all guys know that you've converted me.

Josh Hall
Via the Internet, but probably Texas

Hey Josh, about next month-y'all come back now, ya hear?

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The Gift That Keeps On GivingI came home late the other night, snuck in through the front door, and just before I got to my room, my mom catches me.

She asks, "What do you want for Christmas?"

"How 'bout a subscription to Super Street?" I replied in my drunken confusion.

Thanks to her, now I have to thumb through one more year of Rikdaddy's ramblings and import vehicles I'll never be able to afford. I should have told her to take the $19.99 and get me a damn APC sticker for my riced out 6th-gen Celica and a couple of issues of Hustler. Oh well, I guess I'll be seeing breasts either way-whether they're female or Nadsy's manboobs.

Kent Mullins
Via the Internet

As long as you don't mind hairy, silver dollar-sized areolas, Nadsy's boobs are much more perky than anything you'll find in other smut rags.

Windy city blues
I don't buy Super Street often, I find it a borderline bling mag that doesn't offer much real info. I prefer mags that have stuff about cars from cover to cover, not baby announcements or lame obituaries. All that I could normally deal with, especially after seeing a Silvia that nice from this city, but to say it's Chicago's fault for not showing up to your event? That's BS! I'm not sure what event you were at or if it was your own, but I remember hearing about HIN coming and the few other car shows that manage to show up here. I even heard about car meets and stupid ricer hang outs more than about your [events] 'til I read you whine about it in your own magazine. I find it hard to believe that my friends and I had no clue about this show and your 2.5 gallon gas cards. If you come back, save my e-mail and I'll hook up some free street teaming for your ass!!! We need more car stuff out in Chicago!!! Not bitches whining after one try.

Bill Pollitt
Via the Internet

"Not baby announcements or lame obituaries..." Wowsers, who knew the anti-Christ was a pseudo-car guy hiding out in Chicago. Well, Mr. Beelzebub, get a petition signed by 500 followers and send it to Elliott. Maybe we'll go back to Chicago and the coldness that is your heart.

Cutting cookies
As your name implies, you guys are supposed to be showing us the best of the best from the street. I really wonder if Mr. Chang is driving his Mugen RSX to pick up eggs and a gallon of milk. I want to see innovation and I think I speak for a few of us when I say that the cookie cutter crap you guys are putting on the cover is really boring. Who can expect to set up an RSX like that without hookups and/or daddies deep pockets? Show guys putting together a setup that runs clean 11s, pulls a g on the skidpad and looks good but cost less than 15k. If you show me that, I guarantee every time I head for the pot I'll have a copy of your issue in my hand. I know you guys don't have the budget to go out and find every innovative thing this industry has to offer, but a list of the top of the line stuff on a car that gets trailered to every event and will never in its lifetime see a pothole, let alone rush-hour traffic really bores me to the point of wanting to kick puppies. Please, for the love of all things holy, find something new!

Kyle Perez
Via the Internet

To clarify, if we don't feature sub $15k rides that run 11s, pull a g on the skidpad while looking good, you'll molest a baby canine? Next you're going to tell us you really feel like sodomizing small children every time we fail to find a pot of gold (like Top Secret's V12 Supra) at the end of the rainbow.

Pirates Of The Caribbean: Curse Of The Black Math
I've been buying and reading this magazine since the age of eight, and at 20, this is my first letter to the magazine. Think of the passion and love I have for this mag when only one mag costs $10 bucks!!! I live in the Caribbean and you would not believe the influence this magazine has on the products guys purchase or the cars they drive. It is because of this magazine that we are able to match any street car challenges here in the Caribbean. Keep up the good work and I think you guys need more Caribbean cars featured on those pages.

Antigua Streetz
Via the Internet

Not to get all mathamologic, but if you started reading at eight and now your 20, that equals 12 years of reading Super Street. We just celebrated our 10th-year anniversary. Hmm, must be the effects of the Bermuda Triangle.

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FE MAIL
I like cars, fast, racy, powerful and hot. But those girls, yeah they're hot, and the majority of readers are male, but that ain't my thing. Put some good looking guys and I can probably get some of my female friends to join in.

I also agree with Valerie Cisneros, everyday cars I see everyday...so more great car pics so I can stick 'em on my wall!

Alanna Ayoung
Via the Internet

Wait, you don't think any of us staffers are hot? Nothing a little Apple Martini can't fix. After all, not all of us are gay-as far as we know.

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