back before the new motor, when the Blu XY had an asthmatic 302C, C4 and a 350 holley, Ricers all wanted to race.... but I didn't. Now that I've got gobs of CHI goodness, no ricers wanna play....
I mean, I was cruising back from Aspley maccas tonight, and there was a group of 2 skylines (R32 and R33 GTS's) a S14 200SX and a 180SX all playing tag, being photo'd by their mates in a lame pulsar and a lame civic. Was standard Dorifto style cars, big bling wheels, grapefruit cannon exhaust, 2inches of the ground and their "Fly ho's" in the passenger seat etc, but no one wanted to take on the XY.... well, the 180SX accelerated up behind me but I planted it in 2nd at 40mph and just left him for dead... after that they all stayed well back... whats the deal? Are they scared? I mean, you listen to the way these guys talk like they have the fastest cars in the world......
maybe they dont want to go to jail and have their cars compounded, u got to b carefull on the roads , wait till jan and i will have CJ stang on the brisbane streets, should shake some alarms in all suburbs
Thats the thing, they were quite happy playing tag among themselves till I showed up.... and I was being carefull. seems like the XY ooozes menace now
Dodge, I'm so looking forward to January..... :D
I believe theres going to be a FCT cruise in Jan when Hoppys back from the land of the mujahadeen.... should be fun :D The more oldskool muscle we can field on the cruises the betterer...
When your doing 100km/h just drop it back to second and spin up the back wheels. This trick also works a treat when your being tailgated.
A few year back we were following a mate in his XA in a 70km/h zone when he dropped it back to second and spun the wheels. The car next to us had a driver in 40's with his the family in the car. The guy was shaking his head, but he had a huge grin on his face.
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