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I don't see other xB2's very often, but there are a few here and there. I wave at ALL of 'em and hardly get any responses. Most of the ones here are stock, and they never wave, but if there is something done to it there's a better chance they will wave back.

Do ya'll wave at other xB2's??
 

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I do.

And get ODD looks in return . . .
 

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I agree. I was beside a gen1 yesterday and gave him the thumbs up and he nodded. I do make some kind of motion toward xB's, but I think when they see my white hair and Murasaki, they don't know how to react. They should know that people who drive xB's don't have to grow up.
 

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I wave at all xb2's and some xb1's (only the modded ones) and no one ever waves back. One 1st gen let me over in her lane, which i was grateful for, and I saw a 2011 silver, and he was the first wave at me. I also saw a 3 tone 1st gen that was in the opposite lane and did a full head turn to look at me. :D But that's the only acknowledgments I've gotten.
 

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Before I had my xB, I saw the Dragon Wagon twice lol. A while back I swear I saw it go past me (without the dragons, obviously), but I was in my school parking lot and they couldn't see me.

Nice one on the full head turn haha! I catch people staring/looking at me as they go through an intersection and stuff. And I know they're thinking: "Check out that xB! That thing is NICE!"
 

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I wave and like everyone else, usually don't get a response unless they are also have some type of mod done!
I wave with the same results...often because the driver of the other xB has his/her cel phone in one hand! :eek:

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I just noticed that my post indicated that I sent it at 1:42 PM....local time here is now 8:45 AM EST. Someone needs to set the clock unless the server is way, way east of my location. :confused:

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I just noticed that my post indicated that I sent it at 1:42 PM....local time here is now 8:45 AM EST. Someone needs to set the clock unless the server is way, way east of my location. :confused:

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the clock is about 6 hours off of my time.
 

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The clock is set to your local time by the user. It is a setting under "User CP."
Hit the "edit options" on the left menu
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The clock is set to your local time by the user. It is a setting under "User CP."
Hit the "edit options" on the left menu
Down the blocks is:
Date & Time Options Time Zone
DST corrections always on
DST corrections always off
DST Correction Option:
Start of the Week
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Thank you TartanJack...now if every one will set their time correctly we will know who the night owls are.

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That adjusts the times on your computer. I know when you posted in EST. Now . . . if I know where YOU are . . .

HAHAHAHAHAHA

Waved at a white xB2 today. The other driver was SO confused they almost ran off the road . . .
 

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That adjusts the times on your computer. I know when you posted in EST. Now . . . if I know where YOU are . . .
I'm not sure what you ment by "That adjusts the times on your computer..." :confused: (The time on my computer has always been correct.)

Using the "User CP" corrects the "clock" for posts on the forum.

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The times for all the posts on the forum, so that they read correct for your timezone.
That's what I mean. It won't affect your hard-drive, only on the forum.
 

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I wave to xB2s and xB1s all the time. Most xB2s wave back, especially the ones I pass on a somewhat regular bases. The old people look at me like, "Do I know that guy?". I get snubbed by the gen1s almost always. Their lose.
 

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I don't see many xB's. Coming home from vacation this summer I waved as I passed another rs 6 on the interstate in Ohio. They didn't seem nearly as excited about it as I was. :p The rest of my family thought I was a goof too though.

My wife has a Mini Clubman Other Mini drivers usually wave; though they are fewer and farther between than xB's.
 
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