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how can i get a car to stand in two wheels and advance, i mean i've been able to but the car flips over. 
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Jul 9, 2003

It takes a lot of practice, my record is 2 seconds.

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Well first off, you need teh right car, usually a van does well. (rumpo moonbeam) Then try to hit something on a slant beside your car to get it on 2 wheels. Now to stay in two wheels, steer in the direction of which side your car is slanted on (let's say your on your 2 right wheels, steer right). Then your car will lean over then be almost on its side and press the other direction and balance out like that.

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It's hard at first but it takes a little practice.


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lol my record is over 2 minutes!!! I told you guys mny secret in a topic about a week ago... i guess no1 read it


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practice a lot

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Take a van to the airport, go full speed towards open area and suddenly turn one way for a second, then quickly turn the opposite way and you should start tipping over. Steer in the direction you're tipping to straighten up and basically learn to keep it balanced by making little corrections.

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you guys do it all wrong!


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you guys do it all wrong!
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You mind telling us how you do it than?
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,Shredder900 wrote:
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,Vercetti86 wrote:
you guys do it all wrong!
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You mind telling us how you do it than?

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I dont want to reveal my secret


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,Vercetti86 wrote:

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,Shredder900 wrote:
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,Vercetti86 wrote:
you guys do it all wrong!
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You mind telling us how you do it than?

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I dont want to reveal my secret
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I hope it's not really simple, I spent hours practicing the hard way to get a lousy 23 seconds and I'm really proud of that
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random how did u get 23 seconds? it must be similar to my way...


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Jul 9, 2003
I just kept trying with a van at the airport. I could get 2-3 secs loads of times but then I got a 10 sec run, and eventually I got 23 secs. I gave up after that as I don't think I could do it again. I still can't get more than 5 secs on a stoppie, any tips?
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