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Turbo Mustang crash

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by ShortySi, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. ShortySi

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  2. SPOONIN

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    do you have a vid shot from the outside?
     
  3. 24dsx-ual

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    Looks like the frontend touched down when the wheel was cut...Shitty :(
     
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    wow thats gotta suck
     
  5. Scott

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    Seen that before. Crazy ride!
     
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    Wow he really over corrected when he got into the slide in the first place. Lucky he kept it in his lane and away from the wall.
     
  7. Scott

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    yeah at those speeds with slicks, it feels sooo hard to control when you get loose. i know on my car, first pass ever on slicks and wow it feels so loose. Just cause the low air pressure. So trying to correct is real hard.

    Heres another guy off a board im on.

    When the car came down one of the rad hoses let go and fluid got under the rear tire. Hard to hold her! Cars gone a 8.22@169

    http://www.fasttrackperformance.com/page5/Chow movie files/Blue_stang.wmv
     

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