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Thread: Superlap + Speedhunters Australia Pics thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteballz View Post
    Pimento - Today I'm getting the red X's in that post too. IDK whats going on there.
    Weird.. some sort of attachment system failure methinks. Needs re-uplourden.

    Good times though, good times. Ta for the invite!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteballz View Post
    just you? idk, no one likes jdm enough to post.
    no, your post is completely blank.
    Quote Originally Posted by charged View Post
    would of loved to go to the event a few mates competed, Andy in his sprinter had a shocking weekend, broken rollpins in the selector forks, 2 gearboxes and oil drain back problems, Brad in his RX7 FD had turbo problems, Duncan Forrest in his R35 GTR had brake issues and cooked tyres as he ran in clubsprint. Good work by a few fellow IP racers, John Boston- he drove about 6 cars, Dave Loftus BSM GTR, Ryan Brown -IP spec green and black RX7, Jacky Yick in his S15 roady... good work lads.... hopefully the event will be bigger and better, sounds like the schedule needs a few tweaks but all in all its a winner
    the black FD was awesome!
    i have video coming when i figure out how to edit.
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    I cant tell what images are missing! haha. Crap.
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    from matyi
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    'dawn patrol'
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    That's a really great pic..
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    fun fact:
    Cyber evo weighs 1125, and creates 1250kg of dowforce. Yes, you read that right. They said under that car is really something special!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteballz View Post
    Brake issues on the grey GTR? Yeah, I noticed his brakes were glowing red coming into turn 2.
    We heard they actually caught fire in the pits.
    Could it have been because they were carbon-ceramic rotors or do you think there was something wrong? 'Cause I'm pretty sure carbon-ceramic rotors are supposed to glow red and catch fire. But probably not steel rotors.

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    Not too sure - The other GTR's brakes weren't glowing so who knows?
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    do we need to know "who is who" in post #7 ?????
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    I'm afraid that information is classified. Also the post is missing someone...
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    slo mo of the little rx-7 acting up on it's warm up lap.
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFGN4BzTMvI]YouTube - superfap[/ame]
    everybody loves flames!
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Yt4cHS7dRY"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Yt4cHS7dRY[/ame]
    Last edited by clutch-monkey; 05-24-2010 at 03:03 AM.
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    some roadtrip shots from foy.. link to full article soon.
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    You managed to leave out the best photo. Jackass.

    (on a side note - Was UCP Down for anyone else today?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteballz View Post
    You managed to leave out the best photo. Jackass.

    (on a side note - Was UCP Down for anyone else today?)
    Yeah about 1 hour ago or so for me.

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