This Car Stops on a Dime

Submitted by: fancylad 8 years ago in Weird

And then flips over it. (Is this even possible with out current laws of physics?)
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Male 31
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Male 71
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dang

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Female 179
interesting...
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Female 1,186
"i did that once on a bike because i only used the front brake... "

my brother did that
not so good

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Male 90
what a useful skill. just imagine the applications!
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Male 5,620
meh
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Female 15,763
I`m SO never going to be a stunt driver.. o-o
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Male 762
Is this even possible with out current laws of physics?

well it just happened so im guessing yes

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Male 68
it`s probably one of those damned Subarus
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Female 1,287
just imagine that car stopping like that in front of an animal crossing the road. Like a little chipmunk?
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Male 2,781
MAN I`VE SEEN SOOOOO MANY STOPPIES GONE WRONG BUT THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I`VE EVER SEEN IT DONE ON A CAR AND NOT A MOTORCYCLE...
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Male 596
wait..thats a Dirt rode, and seeing how the car is ment for Speed, and its wheels are ment for traction(dirt wheels are WAY different then pavemnet) then for one, theres a turn up ahead, why would they brake THAT early?2, those tires are ment for Bad Ass players, so why would you install poo tires for something as fast as this? and 3rd, if your mechanic Did install poo wheels, ANY Good Driver would "Feel" The pooness of it...so it cant be the dimes fault...its the pooness of the Tires.
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Male 108
BRAZIL FTW ^^V
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Male 4,393
o wow hope is ok
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Male 2,506
lol its just like on a bike when u go fast and push the front break and fly off
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Male 5,094
^ The front end doesn`t stop, it skids a full car length before flipping over. The rotational energy is provided by the blast of air out of that contraption underneath the back axle. After it hits vertical and tips over, you`re right though.
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Male 213
Of course its possible with the laws of physics, lol. The kinetic energy was transformed into rotational energy because one end of the car was stopped and the other one trying to go foward
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Male 36
wtf?
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Male 1,013
twas the compressed air (you can see the holes in the back axle). Then when the back of the car got high enough, the nose of the car dug into the ground producing the sudden roll over.
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Male 528
Thank You WinstinS
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Male 123
Male 2,553
yeah welcome to the downside of front wheel drive.
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Female 309
I don`t know what a Dime is...other than an American coin.
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Female 859
wot the hell...
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Male 722
snoopdawgg
Male, 13-17, Canada
272 Posts Saturday, June 28, 2008 10:05:45 PM
its not breaking
its trying to do an ENDO with the compressed air at the rear bottom of the car. However, too much air was compressed.
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Yup, he modified the rear axle so he could make the rear end of the car "jump" up using compressed air (or maybe hydraulics, didn`t really bother looking), you can hear it just before the car flips over.

Also, the idiot should have put a rollcage in the car before he attempted that.

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Male 236
It obviously wasnt the abrupt stop. Anyone who knows anything about physics can easily see that the leprecaun in front of the car flipped it over his head in order to attract a mate.
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Male 76
this reminds me of my wedding night
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Male 563
Way too long since all the action happened at the beginning >>
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Male 788
I give up. Break and IAB should just morph into one supersite
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Male 788
Is it possible with our laws of physics? ...sure A bee can fly cant it?
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Male 4,014
As has been said, the car has some sort of modification to its back axel - either springs or hydrolics or something - that "bounce" the rear end up. So yes, it is possible with our current, universal, consistent, and unchanging laws of physics.
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Male 68
haha... it looked like it tripped
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Male 193
that`s like the You Got Served of cars
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Male 480
its not breaking
its trying to do an ENDO with the compressed air at the rear bottom of the car. However, too much air was compressed.
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Female 1,070
so isit a dime as in the coin dime or...

i don`t get it T_T

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Male 679
You can see a bunch of hoses attached to the back axle pointing down--I assume those blow out compressed air, pushing the back of the car up. It was probably meant to do a reverse wheelie, but the driver stopped the front wheels completely instead of simply slowing down.
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Male 505
i are still bored.
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Male 907
Still funny though :)
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Female 289
idc how it happened
idc about it "stopping" on a dime

it lasted a little bit to long

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Male 3,301
Lolbrakes
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Male 35
i think that it stopped like that because of hydrolics. listen for the hissing noise right before it pops up. paired with strong front brakes, that would produce what we just saw.
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Male 89
it wasn`t the brakes that stopped the car, it was the front of the car hitting the ground, then absorbing the motion.
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Male 25
That video was about 1:10 mins too long...
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Male 1,193
too quick of a decrease in speed. it needs to be a gradual stop.
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Female 40
i did that once on a bike because i only used the front brake... let`s just say i feel sorry for this person!
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Male 1,837
ohhh i see now... well, kinda stopped on a ruler im guessing?

im doing it wrong.

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Male 1,220
yeah its pretty possible, the only things that stopped were the front wheels. the car was front-heavy. the back wheels kept turning, flipping the car over
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Male 1
Damn how many air bags did they have on that back axle?
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Female 8
wow. For a quick second I imagined a car being "tripped up" by a dime. As in ten cents.
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Female 306
^ Yes
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Male 1,837
wait, is that a metaphor or whatever you call it? O_<
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Male 1,837
there is no spoo- uh, dime. >.>
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Male 907
Oh and, FANCYLAD MADE A TYPO!

Wrong:
"Is this even possible with out current laws of physics?"

Right:
"Is this even possible with our current laws of physics?"

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Male 907
I`d say that`s a little bit longer than a dime... Considering how it was a 1 metre long skid before it actually stopped.
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Male 20,196
Link: This Car Stops on a Dime [Rate Link] - And then flips over it. (Is this even possible with out current laws of physics?)
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