Estima drifting

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  1. Peter_D

    Peter_D Leaving Skid Marks

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    Seeing as my darling wife (Mel-D) loved the Leggy so much she scored the keys from me and I only get to drive it once I've accumulated enough brownie points I've been relegated to driving our Estima van. I thought I might take some driving lessons from these guys.

     
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    Brilliant!!! You gotta give that a try!!

    cheers

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    Make sure to take the kids out of the back first !!!
     
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    or get them helmets and strap them in real tight... :D

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    Nah kids add weight, you need to keep weight to a min
     
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    I'll try it both with and without the kids. I might even strap my oldest son to the roof racks. It might shut him up for a few minutes.

    I just can't believe that they get so much power out of the van. I'd be interested in knowing what motor they have in it. Ours is a 2.2 litre turbo diesel. It goes from 0 to 60 in 2 weeks. But I must admit the brakes in it a very good. It'll stop on a chinaman with no problems. Actually I should say that it'll stop quicker than a Roo can jump in front of a speeding car. On our last trip to Sydney, Mel was driving at the time, when a Roo bounced out in front of the van. She hit the brakes the van stopped and if I didn't have seat belt on I would have gone through the front window and ended up riding on the Roo. Yee Haa!!!!!
     
  7. drifter_x

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    My guess would be an SR20? I just went to carsales and started looking for a cheap Estima!! I think if I had the money I'd have at least 100 cars.. :D
     
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    That is ace, they just needed the baby on board sign on the rear window.
     

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