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Old 08-14-2004, 02:40 PM   #11
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Regardless, the point is still the same. 65 or 125 down a road where kids are around (granted there'* kids around everywhere but yeah yeah...) is TOO fast, and is just careless disregard for the lives of other.
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Old 08-14-2004, 02:56 PM   #12
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Regardless, the point is still the same. 65 or 125 down a road where kids are around (granted there'* kids around everywhere but yeah yeah...) is TOO fast, and is just careless disregard for the lives of other.
I agree, up here it is a 35kph sone for schools and parks etc. This guy didn't care about what could happened, at least there was a cop around to catch him in the act!!!!
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The ranger was twin turbocharged with lots of mods and a regeared manual tranny hyperchip lowered compresion cool air induction etc he says after 120 you cant tell he says the needle was way down past 120 still acelerating its a 4.0 v-6 and the cop told him that they were to go with a reckless driving ticket cause no one would belive a ranger doing 123 plus it would be cheaper he told him
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they're letting him off easy
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they're letting him off easy
In a sense because he was just a stupid 16 year old kid even tho theres no excuse for doing 123 in a 25 even tho i woulda faked a heart attack for $2700 if i was in the car
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stupid, ive done some triple digit runs, i know there dumb, but there on wide open 3+ lane highways when there'* no other cars, my parents neighborhood is 30mph and that feels way to fast for it.
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Guys, lay of the Ranger. They're not that bad. I've been in the sport one, and it was actually nice at 80mph.

My opinion of the above buffoon, is that, along with the ticket, jail-time, and loss of license, the truck should have been crushed, long with a criminal negligence charge.
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sighhhh

If this guy was smart, wealty, and resourceful enough to build such a truck, he was smart enough to at least use a rural road for speed trials. Assuming this story is true, he IS getting off LIGHT!

But I have a feeling some things might be just a TOUCH exaggerated, either by him TO you or FROM you to us.

Reality, it was probably 60 in a 25, it was a Tornado fuel saver and some chrome/custom painted parts, maybe some TypeR badges on it and he attempted to elude, had no insurance and registration was expired.

Every kid I ever knew who was smart enough to actually put something like that together was also smart enough to not mistreat or take chances with thier ride. After all, it was a lot of time and money invested and they loved it more than anything.
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im im not mistanked isnt that 6 felonies??? double the speed limit is one...
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He shouldn't be allowed to drive ever again. That'* just f'in stupidity. Go to the salt flats if you wanna go 150.
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