Originally Posted by blade_ss
nice cage, but according to the guys at Top Gear a proper road car should not have scaffulding in the back.
However you spell it?
those snooty bastards wouldn't know a proper car if it ran over them, but they are welcome to come to the Texas Mile if they wanna see some really fast scaffolding...
Originally Posted by garcmol
With the power this car is putting down, I'd want all the 'scaffolding' I could get!
How's the tow back coming?
we are still anchored off Cabo Frio, waiting on boat to offload all the extra crap onto...the schedule say we will leave here on the 29th, but there is no way in he'll that's happening, unless we bring all the crap with us and ship it back from Trinidad or from Brownsville...the norm is to have about three to six months to remove stuff, and we are supposed to manage this in ten days... Yeah right...while in the shipyard in Mobile getting ready to go to Egypt, we had an average of almost 200 welders and fitters on the rig everyday, here we have two rig welders, three service welders and two fitters... we can't even gets boats to offload the riser and drill collars...
If the car feels like it is on rails, you are probably driving too slow. -Ross Bentley
Horsepower is how fast you hit the wall.
Torque is how far you take the wall with you.
“If everything seems under control, you're just not going fast enough.” Mario Andretti
If you can turn, you ain't going fast enough...