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Old 12-17-2014, 09:51 PM   #1
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Ways your BRZ can kill you

This should be fun. I was inspired by reading my clutch instructions so I will start.

WARNING: Do not use our clutches in any situation where engine RPMs may exceed manufacturer's specifications. A pressure plate could explode unexpectedly causing serious injury or death to vehicle occupants and bystanders. Clutch cover and bell housing will not protect against exploding pressure plates.
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Old 12-17-2014, 10:06 PM   #2
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WARNING: Do not open door while driving. Do not stick head out windows and do not look at phone while driving your BRZ/FRS. Car may hit tree

in all seriousness though lol do you mean the car itself or the person that's driving it who kills themself?
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Old 12-17-2014, 10:14 PM   #3
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If you line up against another car for a dramatic 1/4 mile drag race with a jump in front of a moving train at the end, you'll realize that your BRZ is too slow and the train will most likely kill you.
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WARNING: Do not drive backwards with your eyes closed.
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Old 12-17-2014, 10:33 PM   #5
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Do not read build threads and product reviews on internet forums if married. You will get ideas and decide "I have to have that because everyone else does!" You will then spend rent money or grocery money on your new 5,000 dollar forced induction system. Then realize you need another 3,000 dollars in supporting mods and engine mods. Your brz/frs will be nice and fast however you are now homeless and your wife murders you.
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I feel as if a lot of people think "Don't fully disable traction and stability control, or else you will end up wrapped around tree, very much dead. Unless, of course, you are on a track".
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I feel as if a lot of people think "Don't fully disable traction and stability control, or else you will end up wrapped around tree, very much dead. Unless, of course, you are on a track".
I'd modify that slightly.
"Don't fully disable traction and stability control, or else you will end up wrapped around tree, very much dead. Unless, of course, you actually have the ability to drive a car without an autopilot."
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I feel as if a lot of people on these forums think "Don't fully disable traction and stability control, or else you will end up wrapped around tree, very much dead. Unless, of course, you are on a track".
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I'd modify that slightly.
"Don't fully disable traction and stability control, or else you will end up wrapped around tree, very much dead. Unless, of course, you actually have the ability to drive a car without an autopilot."
I'd modify it even more.

"Don't fully disable traction and stability control, or else you will end up wrapped around tree, very much dead. Unless, of course, you actually have the ability to drive a car without an autopilot, or driving in non extreme conditions like snow where that extra insurance avoids having to pay insurance deductibles."

I pretty much leave trac and stabil off at all times except for this time of the year.
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Do not stick your head in the trunk. Otherwise the trunk may eat you. Even if there is too much junk in the trunk.
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If you line up against another car for a dramatic 1/4 mile drag race with a jump in front of a moving train at the end, you'll realize that your BRZ is too slow and the train will most likely kill you.
I loled so much!!!!



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I'd modify that slightly.
"Don't fully disable traction and stability control, or else you will end up wrapped around tree, very much dead. Unless, of course, you actually have the ability to drive a car without an autopilot."
Hahah so thIs!!!

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Do not stick your head in the trunk. Otherwise the trunk may eat you. Even if there is too much junk in the trunk.
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Old 12-18-2014, 05:48 AM   #14
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Fastbrew, that was awesome. Can't beleive the guy thought he was going to pull it out of that and just never let off the gas. That was expensive.
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