Why would anyone want to do a 150 mph straight line test at night!?!?!?! What a dumb A.
Lol? Umm... the possibilities of anything coming out onto the road? 150 out on a public road is fast enough when it's dayight. I guess the guy doesn't care if he hits something with it. 0 brains.Since you are afraid of the dark.....
..... I suggest a Disney night light....
..... regular bedtime stories.....
.....and possibly an adult diaper...
I am told lady bugs and moths were casualties of the front bumper....Lol? Umm... the possibilities of anything coming out onto the road? 150 out on a public road is fast enough when it's dayight. I guess the guy doesn't care if he hits something with it. 0 brains.
Wow David, I only got to the 9 minute mark before I had to stop, but it was sweet to see the back end still want to kick out if you give it too much gas!!!
Thanks, Patrick. Our old friend Dave Z. set me up with a set of Porterfield R4-S pads. Been installed since it had about 700 miles on it. I looked and they still look like they came out of the box! How is that Jazzy Charger doing? I have the bug now, I don't know why it never happened before. Do you have any races remaining this year? If not when do you get going next year? I want to set up a trip and see you.Thanks David, for the vid. These cars really DO rock on road courses. Keep an eye on your front OEM pads. I burned through mine, running laps and actually scored the LF disk!
I could post lots of Vette passes up...not appropriate. Especially sensitive because their club was the sponsor that day. Their President is a good friend and I want invited back. I was amazed all day, that thing was hanging pretty tight. If you have it nearly straight, and you s l o w l y press (much like coming off the line), it seemed to do just fine. Other than the Vipers with the experienced drivers, everything else that was driving around just did not disappear, but the opposite happened. Seems like our Friend, Patrick, had this figured out long ago! These things and the LX platform will work on the track. Patrick, there was a man with a hot black 2006. Said it was formerly owned by a high exec at Dodge. He drives it a lot on the courses. It made me grin rather large to see the 6.1 with the classic Mopar CAI sitting there. AND, the strut brace etc up front. And it is too much fun.Wow David, I only got to the 9 minute mark before I had to stop, but it was sweet to see the back end still want to kick out if you give it too much gas!!!
Those Vipers were fast - way to blow by the Vette! The perspective and sound made it a real fun watch. Hope to get into one some day . I have never been around the road course there at BIR. What a great track. :thumbsup: