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Old 11-25-2005, 03:56 PM
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Thanks Giving drift Practice

sup buddies, happy holidays

it snowed Thanksgiving eve, not much, but it was enough to wet the ground so i took the 240 out for a lil practice.

http://videos.streetfire.net/player....F-9CE7967F9686
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Old 11-25-2005, 06:57 PM
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nice man.
What did you use on the close corner, e-brake? can't really tell.
I like those lights too.

Inside vid made me sick
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Old 11-25-2005, 07:02 PM
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thanks

but im not happy i just got flamed for it on another site ( superhonda.com). i cant wait till im done with college to make some real money, i will be on top and all the haters will suck my dick.

by the way i used the clutch kicking technique..

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try a little braking in there to start the slide, it won't be as hard on the motor. other than that looks like you got some good practice on the open diff
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Neat. And dont worry about what internet ppl think.
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Old 11-25-2005, 09:07 PM
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Originally posted by silviaks2nr
try a little braking in there to start the slide, it won't be as hard on the motor. other than that looks like you got some good practice on the open diff
will do,

by the way the site was a honda video forum lol. i should have know to post it there, but the first to throw the stone at my head was a fellow 240 guy
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Seems Like all you were doing is power-over and maybe some clutch kicking. Why don't you try and shift the weight more..sway side to side till it finally losses grip.

Of course it's hard to say, I've only had my Open Diff for a couple of days..so I'd be hard for me to "teach"

Other than that..it's uh..
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yea i actualy love using feint technique lol. i couldnt in that lot much but on the way home i did it like 2 times felt so good. actually used it perfectly and turned into another street. i had tons of room becasue it was a 4 lane street at 4 am.
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lol, i used to be a big time member over at SHO. Those guys seem pretty decet, the ones in the lude forums. The guys that own the ludes are the only ones open and respectful to other cars. The civic and CRX rooms are like jungles. They have some good pr0n over there though!
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