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    Why is WRX insurance so expensive? Dorifting accomplishments inside here!

    40 on dirt.
    62 in the snow.
    Neither loosing controle on roads.
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    90 on wet roads almost ****ting my self
    never in dirt or snow
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    lol.


    what is with all these types of threads lately.


    its a new epidemic!1 oh noezzz

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    I don't drift on roads. The roads drift under my car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    lol.
    what is with all these types of threads lately.
    I'm guessing a need to tell people what he's done? :shrug:
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    I'm guessing a need to tell people what he's done? :shrug:
    Exactly, but you don't see people like me going around making threads to post my exploits...

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    60 mph on dry pavement in a jeep cherokee.. me being dumb and it was a complete accident.. Was trying to stop on a dime.. it wanted to go one way while i wanted to go straight... luckily i didn't roll it or hit anything.

    On snow.. probably 50mph.
    I do that on a regular basis since i love snow drifting!!!
    Probably now that i got a suby probably that number will grow!

    if riding with someone counts then probably fastest in general is 80 mph. Was in my friends silver rs going around super sharp turns.. if your into rally think of it as L2 to R1 at 80 mph up a mountain road on dry pavement. Some pretty intense stuff.
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    5mph by accident in the snow.

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    drifting

    personally i have done 65 on dirt, don't know on pavement was trying to control 400 hp on a rx7 and 75 on snow/ice. wife was doing pretty well at between 35-45 before she almost flipped her wrx doing around 30 on a corner marked 15, but i am pretty sure Ken Block has all of us beat.

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