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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by rockydog, Jul 11, 2012.
Post of the day. At least somebody gets how this works.
my new hero! hell, I can't tell you how many times I've hopped on the yamaha 660 grizzly 3 sheets in the wind and pulled half mile wheelies, but that was on private property...mine. never took a vehicle on public roads intoxicated though. BTW, I sold the grizzly before I really got hurt, do miss it sometimes!
Screw the skid marks-SF has alot more serious problems with the streets tham a few skid marks.
I could very well be in the background of that photo. Fun rally. Have not been there since the pros left. Still want to though. Maybe this fall.
Wait a minute. Are some of you guys really complaining about skid marks, IE, rubber....on a road? Really?
Well, one of us is. And he is El Supremo Gearhead!
The complaint was about the stipulation that the tire marks be removed. I suggest that there are a lot of people who would find them to be a blight on their neighborhoods and strongly object to any future similar events. What's the argument against loud pipes?
I'm going to guess that anyone who WOULD complain about said skid marks, don't notice stuff like that.
For all the petty shit that you start threads about, you don't understand this issue?
Nice response there, and yes I do understand it. You seem to not understand this is a conversation about it. I am responding to the debate over skid marks on pavement. And I'll add that said marks and the caring of the fact that they are present is totally locale driven. in fact I have never been anywhere I have NOT seen skid marks on the roads. What I mean by locale driven is, those skid marks in say Tennessee would be something to brag and talk about fondly, in San Francisco, they might be an eyesore to most of your residents IF they ever noticed them.
Informative video for the people who think this.
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it's a race car, and play car all in one. Remove a restrictor, reprogram the engine, change a few suspension bits, and you have an all in one car.
A little more for people who want to learn and not judge.
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An inside look at how to Hoon San Fran.
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Yay, more crop circles...
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I'm trying to be upset but I'm more amused. If I was stuck in the traffic, though...
One of the comments at the end of the article "looks like stuck throttle pedals are still a problem".
Random thing to run across. That was the year I co-drove with Dave Grenwis in the 654 "Deloris"
Unfortunately our night ended early like this
We could not reenter as way back in 2006 gopros didn't exist and we were still filming with a mini camcorder run off a power supply. The power supply cracked the inside of the windshield in the rollover.
Here's a video they put together of Ojibwe forests last summer.
<iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/54466963" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe> <p><a href="http://vimeo.com/54466963">DG Rally : Ojibwe Forest Rally 2012</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/kyahner">Kristofer Yahner</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
Been there the last two years crewing for him still and really looking forward to the national return this fall.
Where's a giant bag of caltrops then you need one? :dog
I drove over the spot today. Looks like harmless enough rubbing on the asphalt, but I'm not down with doing it mid-day and stopping traffic like that.
Im with you, I should probably be somewhat upset but, Im not
That is probably a group of young people who haven't had positive role models. Things could have gone very wrong very fast.