Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by eg6sir, Jul 30, 2008.
YouTube - Saucy Posse Tandem
ok. .. do it during the day when you cant see another cars headlights and smash head-on then.. because thats what would most likely happen.. there is a reason for doing it at night
I'm just saying I have bad night vision.
ahhh ... i noticed all the races are at night, i just figured its because its easier to get away lol.
It does look like fun.
Sweet vid. Loud as hell though. Was the EG running open header or something? I hope the road was closed someway though, that was some spirited driving for possibly coming around a corner and having to dip, dodge, dive, and dodge.
Anyone else notice that from around 2 minutes to 3 minutes the EK pulls away? Wonder if he got more comfortable or the EG made a stop at the beach and got some sand in his Va Jay Jay?
ya that looks fun, safe not really...fun ya. }=)
Now that would be a nice adrenaline rush.
Probably not. My setup was at least as loud as that.
I don't think they were trying to race each other- probably just friends out playing.
I want a friend like that. haha
I'm sure there are tons in Orlando...
yeah, there is a reason to drive that at night. I remember that we use to ride snowmobiles all the time in northern michigan, and that was always the thing... ride fast during the day, even faster at night. that way you could see the headlights of the on coming sleds and have just enough time to scrub off some speed so that you could stay to your side, instead of blowing a corner head on into an on coming sled.
I am sure you are right. Finding them is going to be the challenge seeing how I never get out. Are you sure you won't reconsider a position in Lockheed again?
I'm not leaving Lockheed.
Clint, forgive the slight thread massaging that is about to happen...
Mike, you work for Lockheed? Now THAT I didn't know. That's an even better reason to move to Florida. The heat isn't as "dry" as it is over there. haha
Ugh. Dry heat is better.
Yes, I do work for Lockheed. The interview I went for wasn't for a new company.
I feel so informed now.
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