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Old 04-18-2004, 01:27 AM   #31
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Bad boy... going down a subdivision street at 100kph...
Need to leave more rubber next time Jim.. nice size but you need to floor it and leave some really black schtuff there
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Old 04-18-2004, 01:37 AM   #32
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Skid marks on the road are acceptable.
Skid marks in your shorts however are not.
Truer words were never spoken.
AMEN to that!
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You must have some very sticky tires to have such good traction with that strong sounding V8 engine.
Sorry to say my son was laughing at your excitement over actually laying a patch.

We couldn't measure how long the twin patches I laid today all the way thru 1st gear on a deserted stretch of highway. I really do need a new set of stickier tires to replace these pitifull stock Goodyears.
All smoke and no go. :(
I just can't control my lead foot.
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Um, just one comment. Normally, when someone says "Let' er rip!", it doesn't mean "Turn off the car and talk to the cameraman..."

Other than that, perty dang cool...
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Um, just one comment. Normally, when someone says "Let' er rip!", it doesn't mean "Turn off the car and talk to the cameraman..."

Other than that, perty dang cool...
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Well speaking as one who has tried the same thing with his car( slowrora that is), it doens't seem to break loose very easily. I tired it a few times and it was nothing to wrote home about. My Malibu on the other hand can break loose alot easier, ( not that it is a good thing to be able to break loose that easy).
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Yeah jim, it never broke loose on those cold tires back in March?
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Vroooom!!! i *got to drive around *an aurora last week.. very c*lassy
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I dont regularily try to break traction. I rather sneak up behind ya at 170 kph and have the ppl in the cars I pass go "what the hell was that?" :P
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I gave Jseabert a burnout show on an old country road yesterday Lilpooky was his passenger, I had his two brothers. Josh and Kim ate 30' of smoke as they drove through it. I think I need better tires.
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