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NOTORIOUS VR
06-03-2011, 10:25 AM
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e30_kid89
06-04-2011, 11:57 AM
Sweet vids, boost ftw..we so much need more boosted bmw's around to show the others whats up!

ps. i could hear the rockers on that m20 crying....any more living at the revlimiter = broken rockers (unless they've been upgraded)

NOTORIOUS VR
06-04-2011, 03:02 PM
Sweet vids, boost ftw..we so much need more boosted bmw's around to show the others whats up!

ps. i could hear the rockers on that m20 crying....any more living at the revlimiter = broken rockers (unless they've been upgraded)

Nope, all stock high mileage parts :D

noodles101
06-04-2011, 05:43 PM
whos the guy in the Mk3 vr? doesnt he have a gxxr 1000 as well?

dble Trouble
06-10-2011, 09:13 AM
Cool cars but stock M20 can do a burnout all day until the tires explode. I know, I've done it. LOL. 5000rpm clutch drop, left foot moves to the brake whilst the right foot stays planted. The car will move forward approx half a car length then take a set and just spin the rears until you get board, or run out of tire! LOL.

I was able to accomplish the car not moving at all by sidestepping the clutch and the brake at the same time, although more difficult, much cooler! *smoke*

NOTORIOUS VR
06-10-2011, 03:43 PM
whos the guy in the Mk3 vr? doesnt he have a gxxr 1000 as well?

Milos? and yes he does.