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    Toyota Starlet Snow Drifting Video

    I started out my Thanksgiving with some snow rallying with the little Starlet. Girlfriend brought her Forester XT along to get sideways.

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    Best way to learn is in the snow.

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    Agreed

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    Even got the pose while skidding?! Nice man! I'm super jealous of you Canadians. Way cooler cars and tons of drifting and ICE DRIFTING IS THE ****!!! haha.
    1983 Starlet KP61- Autocross/drift
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    I miss winter with rwd.... <sigh>

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    Quote Originally Posted by bongmuon View Post
    I miss winter with rwd.... <sigh>
    more handbrake bro, or ride the brake with your left foot while applying extra throttle with your right foot.
    Last edited by Sparkie; 12-05-2015 at 08:20 PM.

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    not the same......

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    Quote Originally Posted by bongmuon View Post
    not the same......
    no, it's not, but have you ever been driving with trigger happy?

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    No I have not. should I?

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    Yes, but you'll have to loan him something FWD and he might need a run or two to remember how all that **** worked. His AE92 days were rosy with the light of rotor glow.

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    I can let him go nuts in my suzuki, It has some janky frame welding going on but pretty solid lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bongmuon View Post
    I can let him go nuts in my suzuki, It has some janky frame welding going on but pretty solid lol...
    hahaha can you use Janky and Solid in a sentence to describe welding? I feel this is an oxymoron
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    janky as in you shouldn't really weld together a rotted frame, especially when it is the only support for the passenger side lower control arm. but I put some very thick plate steel on 3 sides of the break and welded the crap out of it so its solid!

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