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Redefining fooli sik mate

Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by Loz, Dec 6, 2006.

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  2. :shock: the simple harsh rule of fully-sic is a 1:1 ratio of uselessness to fully-sic... take those blue led's you've seen on the rice cars are about as usefull as a bug in you bike so 99% Useless so 99% fully-sic... :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
     
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  3. Hmm, hot brakes next to something that melts at 270 degrees and softens at just 150. Nup can't see anything wrong with that :shock: :shock: :shock:
     
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  4. Evil thought.... see car with Fooly sik clear ploycarbonate wheels.
    take out sharp object..... score a line around the wheel......
    sit back, wait, fooly sik car owner gets in a drives off.....

    turns car left, wheel continue straight ahead

    Now THAT would be fooly sik :LOL: :LOL:
     
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  5. Right..


    So, apart from the fact that the brake dust would make these things dirt on the inside within a weeks driving which would make you have to take the entire wheel (thing) off just to clean it for another weeks driving

    and the fact that 5 spoke rims and the likes were created to allow air to cool the brake rotors and stop false-brake (and because they look cool) - i guess meaning you couldn't really get away with these rims unless you had slotted-and-or-drilled rotors (not that you'd want those rims showing your stocko brakes)

    and the fcukers would crack/snap/melt/warp/errode like all buggery

    ... they look like junk!
     
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