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What's the most badass thing you've ever done?
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[quote:LoneStarRising:MV80MDQ0NjE3XzczMjcyMDMxXzQ5RjUzMThF] [quote:ScrumpTheTexan:MV80MDQ0NjE3XzczMjcxODE2X0Y5MDEzOEY5] [quote:LoneStarRising:MV80MDQ0NjE3XzczMjcxNTk0X0Q3MEU0MDhF] [quote:ScrumpTheTexan:MV80MDQ0NjE3XzczMjcxNDkzXzQ4QThCRjFB] [quote:UH 74785742:MV80MDQ0NjE3XzczMjcxMzg4X0MzMkU0MTU2] [quote:UH 74785742:MV80MDQ0NjE3XzczMjcwNTYxXzk4NDBDRkFC] 102 IN A 25 ZONE..... [/quote] [/quote] 160 in a 65. [/quote] 167 in a 65. I had a 1993 RX-7. That thing was a rocket. I could still feel the acceleration when I pushed the pedal to the floor at 160. It felt like the rear end was starting to float so a chickened out and stopped at 167. Also drove an Indycar at the Indianapolis 500 Speedway. Can't remember the top speed but it was less than the 167. [/quote] I did mine on a KZ drag bike that I built. It still had spokes and those bikes are notorious for high speed wobble anyway (I'd done a lot to combat that, but not enough), and right as I hit somewhere between 158-160, the bars started to shake & that developed into a harmonic wobble that intensified so fast I barely had time to release the throttle before it would've twisted off & endo'd. Scary as hell but a notch in my belt that my pals wouldn't have believed had they not been on the ride as well. [/quote] That is crazy. I would not trust my workmanship that much. :cruiser: [/quote]
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