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Dual Ebrake demo

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#1 Gloyale


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Posted 04 May 2009 - 07:50 PM

So a while ago I did the Dual front Ebrake mod on my GL.

Here is a video of me using it to climb WAAAY further up this ramp than my buddies Lifted Lego.

on the way back down, I almost had a tire disaster, no thanks to my spotter. There was a truck parked behind me on the right so I was limited in how far I could turn.

#2 Phizinza


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Posted 05 May 2009 - 11:43 PM

good stuff. I've been using the handbrake while in 2wd to get more traction around the paddock. Lazy me thought I'd be able to do it easy without 4wd. Works a treat and I can imagine separating them would be much better.

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