RC ADVENTURES - LEARNING to DRiFT - PART 2 - Circles & Linking
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Learning on Camera is always a challenge. Especially when thousands are watching - but as always.. patience & practice will help the student become better. This is what I have been doing with my HPI Sprint 2 Flux. The car is meant for racing - but I am stretching my "drift wings" with the brushless beauty. Watch for some fun, and "Real Life" learning. I film this to help ya see what its really like! Lot's of FUN! SUPPORT RC ADVENTURES, and SUBSCRiBE! It's FREE!
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How to do a burnout in a front wheel drive car. Step by Step.
How to do a burnout in a FWD car
4 easy steps:
1. Pull the E-brake
2. Hold the clutch
3. Put the car in first gear
4. Rev. the engine, pop the clutch
1989 Mitsubishi Lancer 1.5 GLi
Unfortunately the car is going to the junkyard.
Feel free to donate money for a new Lancer :)
PARALLEL PARKING TRICK HONDA CIVIC
Parallel parking trick using a stick shift FWD CAR.
the car is a 1999 Honda Civic DX, slowest one around. 106HP at the crank, 99 at the wheels (measured with a Gtech gadget)
back up to the curb, yank the hand brake, throw it in first, turn the wheels all the way to the right, floor it... once you hit the rev limiter, pop the clutch and the car will move to the side. let off the gas, once you are about to hit the curb and you are done.
it works in dry or wet pavement. wet is shown, since at times the car does jump forward, i did not want to crack the bumper.
Secrets of Driving Like a Pro
You love driving, and you think you're pretty good at it, but how well can you really drive? The chances are, whether you passed your test two or 20 years ago, you don't give too much thought to improving your driving skills or the basics of maintaining your car; yet driving well can mean more than just keeping you out of trouble on the roads.