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    Yeah, when i eventually change into 3rd, it's not so much on the limiter, but yeah, 2nd was hitting limiter. Keep in mind, rev limiter on the motor is at 6500rpm only...

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    I approve of this!

    Personally I am a big believer that people should be able to enjoy themselves and do thing things in as much of a controlled environment as possible. Life is too short to spend the whole time worrying. As the OP has stated, there was no chance of anyone being hurt when this was done, so at the end of the day who is affected? The only person who is affected from this is the person who has to look at the sweet lines that were drawn, which the OP has tried to find a way to clean off. People do silly things in cars, it's a fact of life (and a definite fact/rule of any forum like this.... especially AE86DC), any one who denies this is nieve. As long as the people are trying to do it as safely as possible and no one gets hurt what is the problem (it's the whole "if a tree falls in the wood, does it make a sound type argument).

    How can we avoid this sort of thing in the future? Give people a chance to do this in a legal/controlled environment! As long as there are cars, there will be people who want to drive them to their full capability (most cars on the road capable of 50-100% more than their owners actually believe)! Yes, this means that there may be risks and accidents, but if people try to do this properly and are given a decent chance (not one potential track day that costs $500 every two years) then it won't be a big issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloth View Post
    How can we avoid this sort of thing in the future? Give people a chance to do this in a legal/controlled environment! As long as there are cars, there will be people who want to drive them to their full capability (most cars on the road capable of 50-100% more than their owners actually believe)! Yes, this means that there may be risks and accidents, but if people try to do this properly and are given a decent chance (not one potential track day that costs $500 every two years) then it won't be a big issue.
    Not quite sure what your saying there? Doesn't actually have any effect on if I did the burnout or not.
    The car is a track ready car, I have a CAMS license, I race Track, Hillclimb, drifting, Motorkhanas..etc Give me free entry to all of this, and guess what?
    I would have still done the burnout right where I did..... Looking back, I should have done it down the back of the warehouse though, Could have got more creative, and I wouldn't have got in that much shit at all. Only truck drivers would see it....
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    If I did that, we may never of ever met old Twonky......

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    hahaha cheers. I figure getting into someone's sig on the forums must ean your doing something right!!
    You know what this thread needs? Someone to come in and say the whole skid was caught by a passing traffic helicopter!!!

    bummer I just spend ages looking for that video of that corolla ripping a skid and getting caught by the copter to see if i could fool people into thinking its actually a vid of this car but no luck hahaha
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    AJPS sticker at 0:35!
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    Well spotted, they are everywhere those stickers and it was a member off here who had his car impounded...

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    Last edited by Seventy; 20th February 2012 at 12:46 PM.

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