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Hey now! Welcome to the profile page for ApacheAH-64A on the GTA Wiki. Sorry in advance for the amateur look, however, I'd rather spend my time editing actual content on the GTA Wiki rather than making my profile look better.
Background / Bio
I'd been playing Grand Theft Auto games since I was 6 years old (yes, I realize that these games were inappropriate for my age at the time) and continue to do so today. After learning about the Wiki through a random Google search in 2010, I thought it would be fun to edit some pages and add content for the GTA community. After sometime away from the wiki and with all the new GTA content that's been added in the recent years, I decided to return and once again help out.
I currently own 10 games within the GTA series on multiple devices including the PlayStation 2 (PS2), PlayStation Portable (PSP), PlayStation 3 (PS3), PlayStation 4 (PS4), and iOS (iPhone 5 & iPad Air), with most of my time currently contributed towards Grand Theft Auto V on the PlayStation 4. When not editing pages, I usually play Grand Theft Auto Online or just kick back and relax with a plane flying through the skies in single-player.
When editing GTA wiki pages / content, I try my best to make sure that the changes / content that's added is proper and up to date. I also try to make pages look as good as possible by editing grammatical errors and fixing sentence structures.
At this time, I'm no longer continuing to test vehicles, however when I did test out vehicles for speed and acceleration, the vehicles that were used were stock with no upgrades whatsoever and the location for testing was usually on a flat surface with no bumps or obstacles in the way (common testing grounds are usually a runway of some sorts or a long freeway with minimal traffic). A stopwatch was used for proper timing and top speed was carefully observed until the vehicle shows signs of no longer continuing to accelerate.