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Old 05-05-2007, 09:57 PM   #36
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take it to the track


(sorry I have a suto i mean auto so i have no real input into this topic... )

oo nicole, dont ingore that... even if they dont want to hear it they are still wrong..
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That's the only way I perfer it, I don't ride around with drag radials or MT stickies.
I do, rain or shine. MT ET Street Drag radials. I have roll raced, when that's all I can get. Racing around here is best referenced to getting laid, when you can get what you want you lower your standards. When I get what I want, DIG OR DIE!!
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I do, rain or shine. MT ET Street Drag radials. I have roll raced, when that's all I can get. Racing around here is best referenced to getting laid, when you can get what you want you lower your standards. When I get what I want, DIG OR DIE!!
Hmmm, "Road & Track" ready, Well you just lost your loser status! I'm gonna start calling you "RT" btw, they named a magazine after you
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take it to the track
oo nicole, dont ingore that... even if they dont want to hear it they are still wrong..
true, but im sure you dont obey the speed limits to the T either Mr Manzy. i can almost guarantee the last time you drove you were doing at least 5-10 over.
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i have to agree with everybody else flat shifting now thats plain out retarted if you want to beat your friend get a little more power and learn to spead shift and if you get really good somebody told me that this is called double clutching but then a truckdriver explained what double clutching really is so i dont know what you cal it excactly but if your dragging a little bit behind speed shift down a gear as long as your not topped out on rpms slam the gas for about 1 to 2 seconds spped shift back upand if you really want to do this right get right behind him and catch his air stream right before you do it
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true, but im sure you dont obey the speed limits to the T either Mr Manzy. i can almost guarantee the last time you drove you were doing at least 5-10 over.
well not really, our highway is 70mph, but i dont really go over maybe 5miles or so tops if i need to pass some one. but I cant get a ticket. when i was a teen i was stupid. now when a tic can make or break me in my job i have to play it safe
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