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OT-Video of a moron doing donuts in a turbo AWD car!

Yeah, thats right, that moron is me. I took my celica all-trac out for a bit of flogging today after replacing 2 entire external engine systems (I did the entire ignition and cooling system...I hope the oiling system and intake manifold hold together), and it snowed, which makes AWD and 200 HP/ft-lbs torque a lot of fun. I made a video of myself doing 4 minutes of AWD donuts (21 MB, DIVX format, mp3 audio)...the best are in the first 1.5 minute of the video though. Anyways, my friend cal and I give you all the shocker at the end of the video. Enjoy if you have the bandwidth to download it and the time to spare to watch it.

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My dumb ass forgot to give you all the link. Here it is:

http://ribs.americainteractive.com/donut1.avi
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NICE......ummmthose were kinda pathetic donuts ..... I think the best way to get 4wd to do tight ass donut like i have in the vr4 is to get the car to step out (oversteer) and stay on the gas until the car comes to an almost complete stop with the wheel still turned in the original direction..... Theres one in my movie..... That is some silly ass shet...hahahaha
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oh yeah STANKY PANKY...........
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The only way to do dougnuts is in a FRONT WHEEL drive car. Just do them in reverse :-) MUCH better than any other way to do it
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I learned the hard way the my Avalanche does them with the "auto" 4x4 enguaged going in reverse. Weird.... Cool video though!
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Yo Ribs!!!

I can't get the link to your webpage working - what's going on there now??

I also bookmarked your site and when I try and get to it, it says a bunch of internet stuff saying I can't get there anymore.

Help a girl out would ya - hook me up with the newer links and stuff.

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the link doesn't work for me either
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Oh yeah...I changed my webpage around a bit, changed directories, etc. Just go to http://ribs.americainteractive.com and the link to the video is on the first page that comes up. Enjoy (it is kind of lame...the first minute and a half are cool though).
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