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A wheelie car
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    Shorty092106 posted on Jan 09, 2008 7:30:38 AM - Report post
     
    How would i go about to make one. I know you need horsepower but i can't figure the rest out. Please help me if you have any informantion you can contact me at Shorty092106@comcast.net
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    SuperSkyline89 posted on Jan 09, 2008 1:11:49 PM - Report post
     
    Your normal drag car will work just fine. I get warnings every time saying I might not have enough horsepower in my Shelby GT500 but the game is just dumb. It has 695 hp and has done wheelies more than the length of the track. Just take your normal drag car and time your shifts perfectly and use nitrous when the front end starts to fall.
    I don't want a big car, particularly. I have no need for acreage, and I don't like the fuel bills. But I don't want a small one because they're all like supermarket own-brand cola: weedy imitations of the real thing - Jeremy Clarkson

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    Shorty092106 posted on Jan 09, 2008 2:21:19 PM - Report post
     
    i'm sorry but how do i get the front of the car to lift up?
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    SuperSkyline89 posted on Jan 09, 2008 3:22:18 PM - Report post
     
    You don't really do anything, it just does it by itself. All you have to worry about is timing your shifts and nitrous.
    I don't want a big car, particularly. I have no need for acreage, and I don't like the fuel bills. But I don't want a small one because they're all like supermarket own-brand cola: weedy imitations of the real thing - Jeremy Clarkson

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    2hot4u posted on Jan 09, 2008 3:51:12 PM - Report post
     
    Max out either an RX7 or a 67 Camaro,set all gears to tall,and you'll be doing wheelies like a pro.
     
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    SuperSkyline89 posted on Jan 09, 2008 4:46:22 PM - Report post
     
    Plenty of cars get huge wheelies, my modern GT500 and 69 Charger both do extremely well. The only problem with the Charger is that it isn't very stable. The GT500 is extremely stable and will crush the opposition. The opposition only gets like 500 feet or so so any car will do really.
    I don't want a big car, particularly. I have no need for acreage, and I don't like the fuel bills. But I don't want a small one because they're all like supermarket own-brand cola: weedy imitations of the real thing - Jeremy Clarkson

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    Shorty092106 posted on Jan 09, 2008 5:00:46 PM - Report post
     
    ok thanks guys...it was really nice of you 💛
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    2hot4u posted on Jan 09, 2008 5:22:19 PM - Report post
     
    I beg to differ. When it comes to wheelies,NOT all cars are equal. Some do awesome wheelies,some are lousey,and some won't wheelie at all. Choose a rear wheel drive car,max it,and set all gears to tall.
     
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