The HKS M300 MA61 is a car of legend amongst the archives of the great top speed racing era of yatabe test course. It was the first production japanese car to ever reach the holy grail of 300+KMh. The cars performance itself was shrouded in mystery due to HKS not wanting to let anyone else in on how they reached that level of speed. No real specs were ever released of the cars capabilities, but a few engine bay shots revealed that it was a 5MGE powered by twin turbos blowing through 3 side draft carbs. this is the car that put HKS in the spotlight.
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My parents are asleep quick reblog this post with skeletons saying bad words
Tumblr: spreading the world apart, one group at a time.
THIS is the shit that bothers me with tumblr
If car culture wasn’t here, I wouldn’t log into this site.
no there’s no need for gun control at all
The issue with this is that a nine year old child was handed a semi-automatic submachine gun during firing lessons. Not that guns need to be controlled.
controlling guns includes not giving them to children
Controlling guns includes not letting a child (or anyone who is inexperienced) fire a fully-automatic weapon. Also, if any of you think that we can just own weapons like this, you are beyond wrong. If you think that there is no regulation on firearms, you are also wrong. Full autos require extensive, and expensive, licensing that includes an extensive background check. On top of this, you are subject to AT LEAST yearly inspection that you are in possession of said firearm(s). If you don’t have the gun, you risk severe punishment.
This man’s death is unfortunate, but he should not have allowed the girl to try full-auto firing, especially not with such a small, hard to control gun. I’ve been shooting since I was five-ish, but I was using single-shot rifles and shotguns in .22lr and .410 respectively. I was never given the opportunity by my, or anyone else’s parents to fire anything outrageous because it’s common sense to simply not do this. This man allowed her to try a weapon that a child is not fit to operate and paid the price. Hopefully morons like him will learn something from it.