Ok sooo i went out some budddies and we were is his completely stock '04 honda accord, and i got the brilliant idea to get some of those plastic plates from mcdonlads, set 'em underneath the rear tires and throw the e-brake on. Since the accord is a FF, when the throttle is applied the front wheels move dragging the rear behind. LOL is all i have to say, like the car was doing donoughts like nonother. Its def. and fun/retarded way to kick back in a non FR car... well i'll try and get some vids up when i get the chance...
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yah, so much more fun could be had if the e-brake was on the front tires in our cars
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Originally posted by sean@May 31 2004, 07:54 PM yah, so much more fun could be had if the e-brake was on the front tires in our cars
Thats what that center pedal in a manual, and the left pedal in an automatic does..... the rear brake dosn't exert as much force as the front ones do, otherwise the rear wheels would lock up during normal braking. This is how you can do a burnout at a standstill. Tears up the rear brakes, along with a few other things
Oh, if you stick them on the front wheels, you wont be able to turn at all...
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