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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Obsessed, Nov 19, 2019.
Don't try this without a huge tire sponsor:
Seems Toyo is the tire sponsor~
Think he also needs a diaper service as a sponsor?
I like a few donuts with my coffee.
Now I see why the only Toyo tires I ever bought, I hated, I was driving too slow to take advantage of their ride qualities.
Stupid panda. What was his problem.
Anyway, I noticed that Block likes to over-rotate more when drifting anti-clockwise than when drifting clockwise. Especially at low speed. I wonder why?
..Shuster you are a funny guy...to the point..always positive. cheers..
Can we talk about the Elephant in the room???
Watching him drive made me TIREed.
I shouldn't be allowed to drive for at least 24 hours after watching drift car videos.
i think he needs a new muffler, car sounds like crap...
I've been watching Ken for years in his Gymkhana series. Saw him in person on New Years Eve one time doing spectacular stuff. Bought my nephew a KB jacket as he is a big fan. Hoonigan Mustang in LA the best! Thanks for the vid!
Wow! I haven't seen driving like that since, well, since the last time I tried 3 pm traffic on a Friday before a long weekend!
Great driving, though.
You mean like those gas powered model planes?
I wanted to see a rig-rundown on that truck, and looked it up... 914hp, 700-some-odd ft-lbs torque 3.5l twin turbo v6. Custom 4wd system. It's pretty badazz. I'd love to be involved in a project like that, but I'd have no business being a driver. I know my limits!
The thought of a little 24-valve twin-turbo V6 making that kind of power would’ve blown my adolescent mind. He is just banging that thing off the rev limiter, sounds like. I have a hard time guessing V6 rpm by sound, but I want to say he’s spending a lot of time well above 7,000 rpm...? Lots of shifting to keep that thing spinning up in the happy zone.
Just watched the LA vid. Unreal driving talent but the best part was (spoiler alert)..................................................................OJ.
Reminds me of driving to work on the Mass Pike.