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maybe it happened because you are from Mesquite or commonly referred to as "New Garland" :confused: :D
 

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Damn man, How did you manage to twist a driveshaft on a A4? Man, those aluminum F-body driveshafts are thin as a coke can.
 

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Erfan Z28 said:
Damn man, How did you manage to twist a driveshaft on a A4? Man, those aluminum F-body driveshafts are thin as a coke can.
I think you just answered your question.
 

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I would say it is concievable to say that an automatic car with good traction and nos off the line could break a drive shaft. However I left the line in my 01' Z with a 2 stage setup and only spun, so I never had the traction in my favor. :)

I however did get traction in my 02 m6 car on nitto dr's and broke my driveshaft on the first pass at hrp after a 5 hour trip. :mad:

Here's the pics :
http://community.webshots.com/photo/44927369/44927424LdeFFE

But a better question is have you ever done this? :eek:


http://community.webshots.com/photo/44988990/46464035EjwgCX
 

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Ouch, you actually broke a flywheel:eek: Man, that is some rough stuff. How did you get home after the track? If i go racing, I want to bring along a extra drive shaft just in case:D
 

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That would make a great Thanksgiving dinner table decoration!
 
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