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Inaugural BMW Gymkhana and Concours Competition

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  1. Daredevil

    Daredevil Founding Member

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    But I heard he didn't bribe the parking attendant to move the cones further apart.....heheheh....
     
  2. okow

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    This time cannot bribe...we called MACC official to standby
     
  3. ALBundy

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    This one bribes also cannot help....it was off by a mile!:slug::slug::burnout:
     
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    MACC stands for Malaysian Association of Chinese Comedians. And seriously, there is such association. So, it is a joke to bribe...
     
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    I know its kinda late, but better late than never. a fantastic event, well organized and held in a good secure place. good work i say and long live BCM!!
     
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    I think another a round of applause for the Mr. President, committee and the helpers for making it a happen! and it was a big success!! And to the participants Well Done... Great Entertainment you gave us!
     
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    I think another a round of applause for the Mr. President, committee and the helpers for making it a happen! and it was a big success!! And to the participants Well Done... Great Entertainment you gave us!
     
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    first of all, thanks to the bmwclub committee and all the volunteers for such a great and fantastic event. everything went smoothly, and competitors just concentrated on having fun and driving.

    and no need special setup wan la ;) just drive what you brung.. all i did after work on friday, was to take out my baby seat, assorted rubbish, clear out all those loose items, and showed up on saturday.

    my car is on standard springs, bushings, anti-roll bar except for slightly firmer than oem local titan dampers(no fancy german brands), standard engine and exhaust(k&n drop-in filter and 325 manifold...wow).. autogearbox(250,000km and slipping...) no LSD(so couldnt get high) standard brakes with some oem pad i cant even remember the brand... i couldn't find my tyre pressure gauge, last did alignment more than 3 months ago, ran with everything in my boot including spare tyre.. used ron95 petrol, carried a passenger on all my timed competitive runs, last changed any bushings 2 years ago...oil sump is leaking, and theres a strange 'klock-klock' sound coming from the front right hand side of the car(its worse now).... and i didnt know goodyear rs-sports were semi-slicks since i use them to go to work, shopping, pickup my kid..etc. everyday rain or shine. must remember to stop driving at 120km/h on the highway while its raining... and lastly, i've only entered 2 autocross events since 2006(not including this event) and 3 events during the period of 2004-2005.

    my point is, dont let owning a standard non-modified car stop you from entering.. its more about the fun and good company. next time, we're going to have a bbq!!! :)

    cheers.
     
  9. vincent

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    my point is, dont let owning a standard non-modified car stop you from entering.. its more about the fun and good company. next time, we're going to have a bbq!!! :)

    cheers.[/QUOTE]

    apart from bbq maybe we can get some urut kaki girls as well :rock:
     
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    the smell of burnt sausages was all that was cramping the party. BBQ for sure next time.

    I don't think RS Sports can be considered as semi-slicks tire la. It's not even classified as that. Probably high performance dry conditions tire is a more accurate description. You probably can't go above 60km/h with semi slicks in the rain :eek:
     
  11. ALBundy

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    I was told by some goodyear rep that RS Sport is classified under semi slick, but it is good tire and I would rate the performance above the PS2. I would say it's in the same category like the Re-01R.

    As for using semi slicks in the rain, there are plenty of semi slicks that can be used above 60km/hr, probably not more than 110km/h and depends on your tire size as well :)

    Cheers
     
  12. ALBundy

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    Thanks Kaiza. Many of us are still recovering from the excessive sun burn! But it worth it, and everything turned out great :)

    Cheers
     
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