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Good, glad to hear that. I cringe when I see guys posting about these 170, 180, etc. top end runs on highways. Pretty scary stuff.
I think if you're on a completely empty highway, there's nothing wrong with going that fast. It does tick me off when I see people weaving in and out of traffic going insane speeds tho.
 

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I wish I could experience 100 MPH in my BULLITT. Here in Ontario, if you are caught going 50 KPH over any posted speed limit, you are charged with either
Stunt driving or street racing. What that means is: (this is from our government website)
My country highway is 140 KPH speed limit. However you only pay fine if you are going over so +50KPH (190 KPH) is a fine of 372$ and for ever additional 5 KPH you pay 31$ on top of the 372$ so a 260 KPH run will mean you pay a fine of 806$ but we get 30% discount if we pay within 14 days = 564$ total fine for driving 260 KPH on a 140 KPH highway. And this is only if they cought you on camera. I think the record was something like 283 KPH. But we have Waze so we kind of know where cops and cameras are. Doing 160-180 KPH is the norm on our roads. I once did 180 KPH GPS with my 1.25i Fiesta. And obviously did a speed run or two with the Mustang.
 

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