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Old 07-03-2012, 12:50 AM   #1
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Default Domestice stoppie vs import stoppie's (yes with car's)

So I got on facebook.. One of my really big import friend's posted this picture of a car doing a stoppie from miss shifting.. I lol when I read it.. Because I remember going on corvette forum's and seeing mark's picture.. Well Let's see which ownz...
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Domestic stoppie! notice the front of the c6z concaved from a 7.2 1/4 pass at 205mph..

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Old 07-03-2012, 11:08 PM   #2
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lol tha's so retarded haha
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looks like it hit an invisible wall
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looks like it hit an invisible wall
It did. I imagine air at 205 mph is pretty dense
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He's gonna move the chute mount higher to prevent this I think...still a cool pic
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So I got on facebook.. One of my really big import friend's posted this picture of a car doing a stoppie from miss shifting.. I lol when I read it.. Because I remember going on corvette forum's and seeing mark's picture.. Well Let's see which ownz...
Import stoppie



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Domestic stoppie! notice the front of the c6z concaved from a 7.2 1/4 pass at 205mph..

so clarkson was right!! the corvettes ARE cheaply made.
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Old 07-04-2012, 12:48 PM   #7
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Higher parachute mount will fix that, and some bracketing under that nose will help it keep it's shape. I'm sure it was removed for those crazy whistling fog lights he's got there.
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