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Old 09-27-2013, 07:50 PM   #36
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Busy right now but since I don't see anyone else doing it, I will send a message to the appropriate staff and see if he becomes nothing but a "reckless memory!"
Give him a chance maybe he will learn from every. 1 on here!!!
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Wrong place to brag about street racing. As we dont take well to it around here. And this thread will be closed very shortly. Do us all a favor, dont kill yourself or anybody else, and keep it on the track. Street racing is stupid. Prove you can drive by going to a proper track, until then you get absolutely no respect from me, and im sure many other responsible drivers on here feel the same way. Ps. If in fact you are "trying your best" not to race, it obviously isnt working. Not hard to be responsible if you choose too. Some people just dont respect the road/other drivers/peoples lifes. Street racing doesn't "make you cool". Especially with this crowd. After reading your other threads (tire squeal in front of girl you like) its blatantly obvious your a young kid. Hence my suggestion: SELL YOUR CAR UNTIL YOU BECOME MUCH MUCH MUCH MORE MATURE BEFORE YOU KILL YOURSELF OR SOMEONE ELSE.
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I really feel that the OP has learned his lesson, and seems to be seriously humbled by reading all our comments. And honestly there is good info in here for other young drivers to see and read. I would say keep it visible for that very reason. Hopefully others will learn their lesson by reading this as well.
Most of us were all young and dumb at one point. He deserves a second chance. Hopefully he took this info to heart, and seriously changes his driving habits, as hes implied he will.
Evil hit the nail on the head. I agree!!! +1,000,000,000
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Wrong place to brag about street racing. As we dont take well to it around here. And this thread will be closed very shortly. Do us all a favor, dont kill yourself or anybody else, and keep it on the track. Street racing is stupid. Prove you can drive by going to a proper track, until then you get absolutely no respect from me, and im sure many other responsible drivers on here feel the same way. Ps. If in fact you are "trying your best" not to race, it obviously isnt working. Not hard to be responsible if you choose too. Some people just dont respect the road/other drivers/peoples lifes. Street racing doesn't "make you cool". Especially with this crowd. After reading your other threads (tire squeal in front of girl you like) its blatantly obvious your a young kid. Hence my suggestion: SELL YOUR CAR UNTIL YOU BECOME MUCH MUCH MUCH MORE MATURE BEFORE YOU KILL YOURSELF OR SOMEONE ELSE.
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Evil hit the nail on the head. I agree!!! +1,000,000,000
Thanks man. Honestly him posting this, and us lending advice, and guiding him to a safe/smart way to have fun with his car is honestly the best thing that could have happened to him. We cannot simply just cast him away now. Thats the worst thing to do. He needs to continue to learn from us. Hopefully he will continue to listen. Some kids ARE smart enough to listen to the advice that the older, more experienced generation can provide. He seems he has learned a great, potentially life saving, lesson today.
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Thanks man. Honestly him posting this, and us lending advice, and guiding him to a safe/smart way to have fun with his car is honestly the best thing that could have happened to him. We cannot simply just cast him away now. Thats the worst thing to do. He needs to continue to learn from us. Hopefully he will continue to listen. Some kids ARE smart enough to listen to the advice that the older, more experienced generation can provide. He seems he has learned a great, potentially life saving, lesson today.
I sure hope he takes everything we said to heart. I have a daughter who just got her permit and she has logged about 8 hours behind the wheel so far. She has a loooooong way to go before I get her out of the parking lot and on the road. I do not know what I would do if she died because of a street racer!!! I think I would end up in jail for whooping the tar out of him!!!
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I sure hope he takes everything we said to heart. I have a daughter who just got her permit and she has logged about 8 hours behind the wheel so far. She has a loooooong way to go before I get her out of the parking lot and on the road. I do not know what I would do if she died because of a street racer!!! I think I would end up in jail for whooping the tar out of him!!!
Oh I'm right there with you man. No kids for me yet (knock on wood lol) but they better throw my *** in jail before I get ahold of that driver if anything like that happened to a loved one.
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I really feel that the OP has learned his lesson, and seems to be seriously humbled by reading all our comments. And honestly there is good info in here for other young drivers to see and read. I would say keep it visible for that very reason. Hopefully others will learn their lesson by reading this as well.
Most of us were all young and dumb at one point. He deserves a second chance. Hopefully he took this info to heart, and seriously changes his driving habits, as hes implied he will.
Thanks Evil2014GT... and guys, please don't boot me

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That is a little harsh to have him booted from ME this is his first post ever. He's been hammered here pretty hard. I think he understands no street racing and not to post here about it. Everyone deserves a second chance. Have you ever gotten a second chance? WOW dude. One strike and he's out in your book. That is ef'd up!!! This young kid needs the guidance of this forum which he has just gotten from a lot of us in the last hour. I'm sure he leaned his lesson.
Thanks dobypaw, I've learned a lot.

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Thanks man. Honestly him posting this, and us lending advice, and guiding him to a safe/smart way to have fun with his car is honestly the best thing that could have happened to him. We cannot simply just cast him away now. Thats the worst thing to do. He needs to continue to learn from us. Hopefully he will continue to listen. Some kids ARE smart enough to listen to the advice that the older, more experienced generation can provide. He seems he has learned a great, potentially life saving, lesson today.
I'm glad I decided to post this, otherwise, I might have seen a Camaro tomorrow , and street raced my way to no car,possible jail, and a wreck. Won't happen no matter how bad I want to race. 3-0 and done, for good.
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Thanks Evil2014GT... and guys, please don't boot me

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Thanks dobypaw, I've learned a lot.
You won't be booted man. It's clear you've learned your lesson. However, its easy to say it over the net, harder to do it in real life. Prove it to yourself. And prove it to the rest of us that a young kid, CAN be responsible with such a powerful car. Where in VA are you?
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You won't be booted man. It's clear you've learned your lesson. However, its easy to say it over the net, harder to do it in real life. Prove it to yourself. And prove it to the rest of us that a young kid, CAN be responsible with such a powerful car. Where in VA are you?
Chesapeake area.
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Chesapeake area.
Gotcha. Well if you're ever up in the northern va area, send me a pm. Id be happy to give you a few pointers.
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Gotcha. Well if you're ever up in the northern va area, send me a pm. Id be happy to give you a few pointers.
Parent won't let me, very strict with who I talk to. Otherwise, I would, one of the 3 colleges I am considering is George Mason, and another is University of Maryland College Park,both in or 20 min outside of DC, I really want to go to GMU. So, I might be in North VA for a while starting next year
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Parent won't let me, very strict with who I talk to. Otherwise, I would, one of the 3 colleges I am considering is George Mason, and another is University of Maryland College Park,both in or 20 min outside of DC, I really want to go to GMU. So, I might be in North VA for a while starting next year
Mason is about 30 min from me. Good school, and good area. Had a ton of friends go there. Good luck man. Be safe.
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Thanks, for now PM me some pointers, GT is bone stock. Hopefully later I can meet some members and y'all can give me advice, and of course, talk about mustangs
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Thanks, for now PM me some pointers, GT is bone stock. Hopefully later I can meet some members and y'all can give me advice, and of course, talk about mustangs
Best pointer i can give you is to read, read, read... And read as much as you can on here and even other mustang forums. Use the search bar. Almost every general topic you have a question about will already have multiple threads for you to read. Before you start worrying about mods, learn more about your car. Read the forums, read the manual, get some seat time in. The last thing you need now is more power, or to draw more attention to yourself.
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Best pointer i can give you is to read, read, read... And read as much as you can on here and even other mustang forums. Use the search bar. Almost every general topic you have a question about will already have multiple threads for you to read. Before you start worrying about mods, learn more about your car. Read the forums, read the manual, get some seat time in. The last thing you need now is more power, or to draw more attention to yourself.
I will, thanks.
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I know I'm getting to this party late but I actually have this se problem. I don't remember a time I've left my house and not had se body want to race and if it's late enough or early enough or I'm on a back road and the car is worth my time I may mess around but I have learned that it's just not worth it to even speed when there is traffic out. Being a 22 year old with 430whp mustang comes with ALOT of people asking why my parents are thinking but then I say I've had the car for 3 years with 0 speeding tickets and people understand why they helped me get it. To have a car like this you have got to be very very mature cause as soon as you get comfortable this car will bite you in *** and you'll end up
In a tree or somebody else. Best of luck in the future and remember, never go over 10 over and you'll be fine.
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I do mean it. I'll let the other guys take the unnecessary risk. Not me anymore, 3-0, and done.
Your to proud of that little 3-0 to be done. Grow up, the fact that you say you can handle 420hp, tells me you can't.
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Not to BUMP this thread but I have found the funniest way to not street race and still make a fool out of the person trying to race you... Works every time... Lol. As they come up to you to race, downshift like you're about to race and then beep (either you or them) the third beep as they go flying up shift back to where you were and cruise. Works every time lol
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Your to proud of that little 3-0 to be done. Grow up, the fact that you say you can handle 420hp, tells me you can't.
That's your opinion, doesn't mean that it's right though.

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Not to BUMP this thread but I have found the funniest way to not street race and still make a fool out of the person trying to race you... Works every time... Lol. As they come up to you to race, downshift like you're about to race and then beep (either you or them) the third beep as they go flying up shift back to where you were and cruise. Works every time lol
I have an Automatic transmission
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That's your opinion, doesn't mean that it's right though. ---------- Post added at 08:39 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:38 AM ---------- I have an Automatic transmission
You still have 3.2.1
Drop to one and then put it back in drive
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Alright I understand where you forum guys are coming from but you're not his parents. Take it a little easier on the guy...but they are right street racing=bad news
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Alright I understand where you forum guys are coming from but you're not his parents. Take it a little easier on the guy...but they are right street racing=bad news
We may not be HIS parents, but we are fathers/mothers/brothers/sisters/husbands/wifes/etc., who would be absolutely devastated if a loved one was to be killed by a street racer. I think the point needed to be made loud and clear. Who knows how many young kids will read this thread. We weren't necessarily talking to him directly, but to all young immature drivers who stumble upon this thread.
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We may not be HIS parents, but we are fathers/mothers/brothers/sisters/husbands/wifes/etc., who would be absolutely devastated if a loved one was to be killed by a street racer. I think the point needed to be made loud and clear. Who knows how many young kids will read this thread. We weren't necessarily talking to him directly, but to all young immature drivers who stumble upon this thread.
Oh I agree 100% I'm just saying maybe not be so harsh ya know. You got your point across...but I so agree with the passion you have on the topic!
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I rode in a 13 5.0 a few months back and that thing is scary fast. It felt like a roller coaster. I know I wouldn't be able to handle it
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let me add something....

I teach Alternate Ed, auto and wood shop and, let me tell you, the way this kid is reacting is what I always hope for, when I talk to my boys. My thoughts are with them every weekend and I'm always hopeful there won't be a Monday morning emergency staff meeting this week.

So far, since Sep. 3, I've lost one former student to a hit and run driver, walking home from school in a marked crosswalk, one was swarmed and stabbed last week but looks to be ok, and one put his car into a tree from street racing and I think has post-concussion syndrome, from his behaviour since.

Don't ever shut the door to people in need. Sometimes they don't know they are in need at the time but, never stop offering the opportunity.
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Couldn't agree more. Well said.
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