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I think I love this more!!!!

Honda reveals Element-D drift car

Honda at the SEMA auto show unveiled the Honda Element-D drift racecar. Built for the racing sport of drifting, the Honda Element-D racecar replaces the stock 4-cylinder/Real Time(TM) 4WD drivetrain with a custom-designed and longitudinally-mounted 3.2-liter Honda V6 and rear-wheel-drive.

Producing 500-horsepower, the lightweight twin-turbocharged powerhouse is guaranteed to light up the rear tires and accelerate sideways at full opposite lock. Associates from Honda R&D Americas, Inc., in Ohio plan to campaign the Element-D in the 2007 Formula Drift Series.











 

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Still like my Box better. Can't remember the last time I felt the need to drift around a freeway curve. ;)
 

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Heh. Back in '64 my '55 Chevy used to do all that, too. That's because it was probably one of the poorest handling vehicles I ever had. :) It was VERY common for me to toss it into corners, go opposite lock, and steer with the throttle. Guess that's also why my Allstate recaps always wore out so fast. :)



I'll stick with my box, thanks!

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:p yea that will get ya to the gas station real fast :eek: defenity would be on a first name bases with the tire shop guy lol:D
 

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wow! :eek:

i bet if Honda made this into a street car, everyone would be drifting everywhere on the streets. :D
 

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:p yea that will get ya to the gas station real fast :eek: defenity would be on a first name bases with the tire shop guy lol:D
With my Civic I was known at Discount Tire... but not for drifting... just for really bad Camber wear :(
 
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