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thanks noob for reviving the thread. i missed it the first time round. That's f*cked up! I can't see how he would contemplate driving a car that mint through that, most people would chicken out of that if they had a 4x4.

 

I once had to drive through a flood, was going through a tiny little back lane on ma way back from college, had no idea the flood would be as deep as it was, drove through, and it just got deeper and deeper, looking out the window of my Fiesta it looked like it wasn't too far below my door handles. water pouring in everywhere, was sh*tting myself! eventually got through it buy crawling through at like 5 miles an hour, whilst flooring it in 1st to try and get some power from the struggling engine.

 

a few months later the piece of sh*t Ford had to be scrapped due to excessive rust (amongst a load of other problems). oops.

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How exactly was this a 'dead' thread? It was less then a month since the last post.

 

NSX is a mid engine car. Where exactly is the intake Javy? My guess is that this was never in any danger of damaging the car.

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How exactly was this a 'dead' thread? It was less then a month since the last post.

 

NSX is a mid engine car. Where exactly is the intake Javy? My guess is that this was never in any danger of damaging the car.

 

I agree stupid yes, something I would never do yes, hydrolocking(sp) no. From what I remember anyways! :crazy:

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