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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Prelude Ed:
please explain this...
i want to see if it crosses over, but i have never had the room or time to try it.

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Many of us tried it.
You can do it at a mall parking lot when
empty (like middle of night).
i recall that you hit vtec at around 35mph.
make sure you don't try to steer; just hold
straight.

another stupid thing to do.. Tom Green style..

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wait..you guys know taht the reverse gear isn't capable of reaching that high of an rpm, right?

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by johnsoncranium:
wait..you guys know taht the reverse gear isn't capable of reaching that high of an rpm, right?

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ha ha ha ha! are you guys serious? I didn't think our cars were capable of that speed in reverse. Please tell me you're kidding.
 
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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by johnsoncranium:
wait..you guys know taht the reverse gear isn't capable of reaching that high of an rpm, right?

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I've done it.

I also tried to do a burnout in reverse... that didn't work so good - burnt clutch, lots of revs, little go. Thankfully, it was in the demo 'lude at the dealership when they told me they would have to hold my car for the weekend =P

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If you have a lot of room. you should reverse and accelerate to a certain speed, then steer the wheel plug pull up the e-brake hard. Then shift to first gear then you are done with a 180 degree. I have seen couple ppl doing this pretty cool, but you might need a new tranny. Remember, you need to have a big enough place to do it, I have seen ppl hit curbs by doing that. Well, always need more practice.

reverse will make you a RR lude + rear wheel steering, instead of FF.



[This message has been edited by dangerzone (edited April 03, 2001).]
 
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