Featured Daigo Saito reveals his new 2JZ powered A90 Supra drift car

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    Throw that wing in the dumpster and put a drift wing on EC86A44D-DE49-4DE9-A2CE-B0202A1BE6D9.jpeg DDBFB035-E36A-4506-820C-808F0A0E08B4.jpeg
     
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    Shoulda kept the B58... :popcorn:
     
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    My thoughts exactly.
     
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    Stock will always be safer for sure.
     
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    Are there any details on what actually failed? Looks more like an oil or fuel line failure vs. windowing the block.
     
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    This is definitely and oil or fuel spray leak or line popped off. They will have it fixed in no time.
     
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    :rofl: :rofl:
     
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    Curb your enthusiasm, anyone?
     

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