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      02-20-2013, 11:57 AM   #41
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Cool, but drifting in the rain is far easier than the dry. Initial traction loss required to begin the drift is almost a given. I've got some decent footage of drifting my mega cab Dodge diesel in the snow, none in the dry though that comes close...
IMO the last thing the M3 needs is a taller shifter and what, a Sirius radio mount left on the windshield while at the track? Even if its a track computer or lap timer mount, get it out of there. It looks to be serving no purpose other than blocking vision on this day...
Edit: you should be able to do that in the dry with 245s all around!