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    No kidding.. sometimes when you do it. you dont think of it at the time.....

    Hmmm.. know of any races tracks i can goto to drive faster?
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    I heard that there is a race track near Kingston area

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    KINGSTON AREA?!?!?.. LOL.. DAMN.. ANYWHERE NEAR TORONTO???

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    Have taken my car up to 125 MPH once.

    It gets to about 122 and starts accelerating waaaaayyyyyyy slow, then at 124 it SHIFTS! but I didn't have the chance to see just how far I could push it.

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    yeah, it's good for ppl who r nuts and drive super fast to do it on a track. it is pretty dangerous. tracks get cleaned b4 ppl race on it. not hwys nor city roads get cleaned as often, so there is debris everywhere. u might spit up something so fast, it'll go thru the windshield...u think that's possible? but other larger debris could change ur course of direction and then u spin...u think that's possible?
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    Originally posted by Garfbag


    Baseline IS a "highway" man, it's painfully to drive 60km/h there!!
    hehe I was driving 120km/h there last night too!!
    it was during lunchtime on my way to work. so lots of weaving through old folgies driving...very fun seeing cars going past me.

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    I only drove 90mph once, but on average I drive 80mph. (on highway)
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    240 in my car
    247 in a volvo 850T (not me driving)
    253 in a M5 (not me driving)

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    175km/h in the Civic a few weeks ago on the way to a movie, it could have kept going a bit more, but had to slow down... for obvious reasons (didn't want to crash )

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    would you guys ever wanted to drive faster?

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    130~ in an old 1990 Plymouth Acclaim 2.5L 4banger... hahaha... that car was shaking like crazy... speedometer topped out at 130 and was bouncing off that needle stopper thingy... ...i'm sure it wasn't 130mph though because speedometers seem to lose accuracy once you get up there... I'd want to go faster... maybe on a bike... cheapest way to get there.

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    I was with my GF's dad, we had to pick up somethin for his basement. He hit 220kph in a 98 Maxima.

    I hit 260kph in my Integra Type R Turbo (when I had it) at 3:30am on the 401/Finch area..Nobody was on the road. But once I hit 260, I just dropped right back down to 120kph, I just wanted to go that fast to test my car. By 260kph, I was gettin scared, I couldn't see anything..it was like that drunk driving commercial. Then once I started going 120kph, it felt like I could walk faster than that, lol..

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    on the 401 i drove 46 million meters per second
    in my K car

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    geez u guys have problems, if your scared at 200 and feel drunk then you have some problems.

    the only difference between 100 and 200 is where you look, because the road comes up twice as fast you have to look twice as far down the road. thats the #1 thing to think of is look ahead far, very far.

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