Acknowledge the no-traffic and quality of vehicle in consideration.
Severe chastizing but only written warning.
A ticket, but written for under 20 over due to circumstance.
Write a ticket for over 20 mph but under 100 mph
Write a ticket forthe full 170 mph
A huge $$ fine
Permanently seize car and forfeture it.
Suspend driver's license for 1 year
Suspend driver's license for years.
You see twist in alot of street cars that are unibody or full frame cars that are mainly C channel frame or X frame cars from the 60s.
Chassis twist is reduced to almost nothing through the use of subframe connectors, stiffeners, roll cages, adjustable shocks, adjustable laddar or 4 link bars.
The first thing on a well build car that gets stiffened and braced to reduce twist is the torque box through tubing going from side to side mainly in an X pattern where the rear suspension meets the chassis.
Witness even the fastest mountain motor cars of the IHRA or Outlaw Pro Mod classes and you see the fastest and winningest cars coming out straight and level.
That is proper tuning from the first motor plate all the way back to the wheelie bar.
You can get close, but you will never achieve 100%...
I take offense to you suggesting I watch shows like "Farm Truck." I didn't even know such a show exists, and i don't watch such programs anyway.
I said you cannot eliminate it 100% I also said you can minimize it without qualifying that. Instead of choosing to agree or disagree with me, you took the low road in my view, implying disagreement. I think we both actually agree...
Last edited by Lord of Planar; 10-21-13 at 12:22 PM.