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Wow! Music to my ears! :)

Liquid Assets, how long have you had the UGR kit on your car? Any issues with it? Great runs guys!
 

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You've got an absolute BEAST of a ride ! The fact it's a vert makes it that much more impressive.

Also, huge props for giving everybody a shot at running you too. I know the GT-R camp has mad respect for you after this weekend.
 

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Car is moving out bro!
 

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looks like so much fun! can't wait to see what the SL will be capable of
 

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Drivers

The 2003 law upgraded street racing from a simple traffic violation to a class B misdemeanor. According to the Texas Penal Code, if found of guilty of a class B misdemeanor, the offender will receive a fine of up to $2000, 180 days in jail or both. Additionally, a street racer will automatically have his or her license suspended for up to one year, and he or she must complete 10 hours of community service before it is reinstated.

Repeat Offenders

Repeated offenders are dealt with even more harshly. In fact, the punishment can range all the way up to a second degree felony, including the suspension of the driver's license. A second degree felony can result in imprisonment for two to 20 years, a fine of up to $10,000 or both. If found guilty after receiving two second felonies for illegally racing, the next offense can lead to life in prison.
 
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