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Old 1st February 2008, 16:32   #1
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i am a newbie regarding this but have tried a few.many of you would feel these as tricks during driving but they are highly technical.i believe there are whole lot of technical guys in here to advice and come out with their ideas.

ok now regarding what i am talking of.i have heard some words like drifting,hand braking etc and have heard about the results on the efort is to make a comprihensive compilation of all those nips and tricks posted by the gurus so that any one who would like to know them can learn by using this as a reference.

so what is expected is avoid short postings like i know this stuff ,wonderfull drifting yaar etc.

this would be for the gurus to take their turn in the posting.

mods-i dint find such a thread and if this is not the correct place please move it to the appropriate place.

thanks in advance,

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