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thanks for posting this. We need more of this
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wow very nice story. Very well written. Thanks for sharing
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I dont get it. it happens all times during drag racing. Hence wheelie bars. Nothing insane about that.
1 month ago on Wheelie A Car? Are You Insane?
sweet story. very nice. another real car here on Speedhunters
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Larry thanks for making this great story. Its been a while since Speedhunters made a great story. Once again you can through. I have always been impressed with your work and what made me become a huge fan and supporter of speed hunters. Your a standup guy a well when i met you
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@speedhunters_dino@reno808 Failing to see the issue in order to protect your business equals in one ear and out the other. good luck.
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@speedhunters_dino @reno808 You see many people are misinformed that is the issue now a
days…. form over function. By your comment and post; kids that don’t know any
better is going to think its ok to bring in pressurized fuel into the cabin
that is literally right next to your face. Only because you have seen this done
to a ton of old Japanese cars doesn’t make it correct. If they knew what they
were doing they wouldn’t have that pressurized line at the location. Just let’s
say that car gets into an accident or develops a leak or that line is rubbing
against something that is cause wear on the line now you have fuel pouring into
the cabin. Do you know what fuel does to the skin or eyes without even igniting
it? It burns.
I am not even going to speak about your comment on cracked
tires “that’s just something you have to be prepared to deal with for the right
sort of look”. Again form over function and misinformed. I am sure to use that
line when I cause an accident due to a tire blow out because of tires cracks.
Tires do not crack because they are stretched. The only reason for it to crack
is because its harden rubber. FYI they do not let cars on the track if it’s
really stretched or cracked. It’s for a reason.
LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOThis is guy is running a mechanical fuel pressure gauge inside the cabin.... I know this is car is just for looks and is not running real high pressure, but still not smart. That is pretty dangerous. Dino if i were you i would advice him not to do that. I have seen mechanical fuel pressure gauges leak and burst.
Why would the 911 be forgotten??
2 months ago on Bow Down To Japanese Car Culture
what a waste for such as dumb movie
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this is retarded. They still have not posted a REAL time yet
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This is true hahaha
finally something worth writing about.
I am surprised its not on airbags, oh look no fender flares with exposed rivots along with stretched tires
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With the amount of money this dude spent he could have just bought a real M3
How is airbags meets function??
it looks so fake. all of the hipsters are going to love this film. I love the amount of cars they destroy in making of this film. NOT
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