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    Now this is some control right here


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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    ahhhhh skyline...from one of the only import company's i respect, nissan. They sure have their act together these days, ive been driving a 00 maxima these days, what a nice car...just needs the standard tranny. (edit) : test drove a '02 maxima today that has the 6 spd and 3.5, hot damn...pretty preppy for a four door
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCMakeiv
    ahhhhh skyline...from one of the only import company's i respect, nissan. They sure have their act together these days, ive been driving a 00 maxima these days, what a nice car...just needs the standard tranny.

    Ahhhh, that was some sick driving.

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    I could do that!!

    I coud do that...i'f I was fast aleep in one of the best dreams I've ever had.
    After I looked at the clip I noticed David's comment about the Skyline. I went back and watched the video several times. The reason i had to watch it several times was I kept getting so caught up in the sliding action that I forgot to even look to notice what kinda cars they were!!

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    Sick driving great video, now i wonder what would have happened if one of them had an R34 skyline (thats the all wheel drive,all wheel steering, 6 speed, twin turbo) so the only diffrence with those skylines would be the R34 has all wheel steering hmm be fun to watch, those japanese bastards sure can drift lol

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    Same here. ... "Blocked for adult content" ... What the hell is that ~~~~~! Time to find a new yob!

    Anthony

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    Looks like my SC when I tried driving it in the snow.

    David
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Neibert
    Looks like my SC when I tried driving it in the snow.

    David
    I have never had that big of a problem with traction in the snow in either my XR7 or SC...maybe I had the 4 cylinder motors in them...DAMN! I KNEW I GOT RIPPED OFF!!

    But on a serious note. The Gray R34 Skyline not only came 4 door w/ a 2.5L turbo, but the guy converted the motor to a GTR motor scrapped the all wheel drive and all wheel steering, and is #1 in the world for drifting...unless my memory has failed me...*sigh* I miss Japan...

    Stephen

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    nice thanks for the info, my uncle is looking into "aquiring" an R34. Without detuning it for import to US. Hoping he gets it cause the only place he can keep it is my garage =D

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    Funny thing about it the cockpit cam, the guy is just moving around like no-biggee.. time to upshift, time to downshift... I wonder whats for dinner. I guess when you do something enough, you get so used to it that you hardly break a sweat about it. Sort of like motorcycle racers.. Eddie Lawson started this 1 handed wheelie thing a long time ago; hey no sweat.. just crank the throttle, yank it up and flash the "V" for victory sign with your clutch hand. while wondering what you're going to have for dinner.

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