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This is a discussion on burnouts and drifting within the Motorsports Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Man... I reiterate......

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    Man... I reiterate...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stiandysti View Post
    Now this guy knows whats up. How cud you figure this out
    Rally racing and drifting. It's a must know thing when you do it.
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    2 days in a row of this crap. Oh how i cry every night for all of these subbies being destroyed by idiots.
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    oh god... this will not end well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex View Post
    Man you guys r just haterz! Why not just help the kid???

    There is a relay for the AWD hidden deep inside the dashboard. Unplug the relay, and it will turn the car into a RWD. You can then drift easily. Here's how to get to it.

    1: Remove speedometer cluster
    2: Remove Radio faceplate, Radio, temperature controls, ash tray, and glove box.
    3: Drop steering column down for extra room.
    4: Loosen dash mounts so you can boost up the dash an inch or two. You'll need to do this so you can get to the relay.
    5: Feel around in there until you find it. Simply unplug it, and re-install everything.
    6: Go drifting!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stiandysti View Post
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    Oh my god.

    Go for it duder!
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    justin, isn't this the same procedure you used to convert your 2002 into RWD?

    OP, I suggest that you put your car on blocks, pop the front half-shafts off of the wheel hubs and transmission housing, then plug the tranny housing with tissue paper... then you'll be competing in Formula D in no time!
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    For every subbie wrecked or broken during drifting... god kills a homeless person and they are found frozen to the sidewalk...
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    And here I thought this guy was serious about competing in certified rally events. Turns out otherwise...what a friggin' donkey.

    If you are serious; buy a plane ticket, pay your admission fee and attend this school. Go bug the instructors with your ignoramus patter. http://www.teamoneil.com/index.htm
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    I'm able to see the birth date that you registered under. Given that, I would offer the following:

    *If somehow you are a statistical anomaly (or aren't the age you claimed), are supporting your car hobby on your own, and can find the money to acquire an STI, then it's your car and have fun. Please don't hurt anyone.

    *If your parent(s) are paying for, or are largely paying for your cars, please give thought to their interests and preferences before going crazy in a 300hp sports sedan. You could conceivably cause great problems for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    I'm able to see the birth date that you registered under. Given that, I would offer the following:

    *If somehow you are a statistical anomaly (or aren't the age you claimed), are supporting your car hobby on your own, and can find the money to acquire an STI, then it's your car and have fun. Please don't hurt anyone.

    *If your parent(s) are paying for, or are largely paying for your cars, please give thought to their interests and preferences before going crazy in a 300hp sports sedan. You could conceivably cause great problems for them.

    Food for thought.
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    Its ashame insurance companies don't give discounts for statistical anomalies
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    I'm able to see the birth date that you registered under. Given that, I would offer the following:

    *If somehow you are a statistical anomaly (or aren't the age you claimed), are supporting your car hobby on your own, and can find the money to acquire an STI, then it's your car and have fun. Please don't hurt anyone.

    *If your parent(s) are paying for, or are largely paying for your cars, please give thought to their interests and preferences before going crazy in a 300hp sports sedan. You could conceivably cause great problems for them.

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