Carbage

Zesty

Not A Dude
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Ah, the good 'ol toolshed spoiler..three bits of wood and you're good to go.
I should try something like that on a mates' car sometime, but I can't see it going down well.

Edit: Yeah, It looks like they stuck a window cleaner thingy on there to make it longer! :lol:
 

VillageIdiot

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..where do you drive that? Just where can you find mathematically perfectly flat tarmac?
 

Redliner

Y'all got any lamps?
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I don't drive, I fly.
I bet on adjustable suspension, otherwise this thing wouldn't move (which would be a good thing).
 

CrzRsn

So long, and thanks for all the fish
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Just where can you find mathematically perfectly flat tarmac?

Who says you need a perfectly flat tarmac?
[YOUTUBE]http://youtube.com/watch?v=6upK0vOPUrg[/YOUTUBE]
 

MattD1zzl3

2 Slow 2 Noisy
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1996 & 2003 Mazda Miatas, 1995 Chevy Camaro Z28
I fear for your safety...

What about when i take my camaro out with normal tires in the front and drag radials in the back? Its actually pretty common. Am i supposed to put drag radials on my front tires?
 

IceBone

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Here if you have wheels of the same dimensions on, you can put differen types of tyres on the 2 axes, of course within some parameters. But the tyres on one axis have to be the same. If you want drastic changes between front and rear, you need to have it homologated.
 

Viper007Bond

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VillageIdiot

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That seems like a lot of work for something so stupid.
 

Leadfoot866

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'12 Ford Focus hatch, '06 Nissan Sentra sedan
^Agreed.

...people do all sorts of dumb and pointless things to cars. All they are doing is wasting money and most of the time they FAIL to impress others.


Edit: Speaking of wasting money.....

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...with all the money the guy spent, he could have bought himself a good car.
 
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KaJuN

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What's that spoiler all aboot?


/see what I did there? :p
 

IceBone

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^Agreed.

...people do all sorts of dumb and pointless things to cars. All they are doing is wasting money and most of the time they FAIL to impress others.


Edit: Speaking of wasting money.....

l_64c6c211058232b25ba4524f0cc77191.jpg


...with all the money the guy spent, he could have bought himself a good car.
do you get a step ladder with one of those?
 
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