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5th Gear

no its not. i know someone who gantong license for a much higher speed. its not a friend of a friend of a friend but someone i know personally.

 

let's just say he was driving an exotic car ...

 

 

The somebody got official record a not. haha

 

Any way F1 in sg sure over that speed right?

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Twincharged

There are not many straight roads in Singapore without traffic light.... Lim Chu Kang is one of them..

 

the other is Tuas South... but there are several traffic lights and heavy vehicles in between..

 

Changi coast road is the other but it is not wide enough... and many traffic

 

IMO, the best straight road is still Lim Chua Kang Road, with little traffic (unless ching ming la) and wide road....

 

i did a distance check... it is approximately 3.15km between two traffic lights so can cover within 1 minutes from point to point.

 

Let me know if i miss anything on any other similar roads in singapore and btw where did he commit this crime.

 

yes, it is indeed one of the longest straight road without traffic lights in singapore. someone told me this road can be used for aircraft takeoff and landing during emergencies.

 

if you're there on weekends, you might just catch some 2-fast-2-furious-LED-lighted sedans and MPVs (yes, MPVs) organizing their private races there.

 

 

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Clutched

yes, it is indeed one of the longest straight road without traffic lights in singapore. someone told me this road can be used for aircraft takeoff and landing during emergencies.

 

if you're there on weekends, you might just catch some 2-fast-2-furious-LED-lighted sedans and MPVs (yes, MPVs) organizing their private races there.

 

yes, you are right.,... this road can be used for landing aircraft.. it is parallel to the runway at the tengah airbase...

 

it is closed once a year for such exercise to take down the lamppost...

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Neutral Newbie

no its not. i know someone who gantong license for a much higher speed. its not a friend of a friend of a friend but someone i know personally.

 

let's just say he was driving an exotic car ...

 

Siala if he going faster than 195 how de fark the mata catch him? :blink:

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Twincharged

yes, you are right.,... this road can be used for landing aircraft.. it is parallel to the runway at the tengah airbase...

 

it is closed once a year for such exercise to take down the lamppost...

ah thanks for the info. i was wondering if the lamp posts would get in the way.

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1st Gear

someone told me this road can be used for aircraft takeoff and landing during emergencies.

 

 

 

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Turbocharged

Siala if he going faster than 195 how de fark the mata catch him? :blink:

 

they didnt. his car was unique enough that there (at the time) were only 2 of the same colour / make as his.

iirc the give away was the license plate. his was single digit, the other one was all 4 digits :D

 

mata also not stupid ^^

 

however, when he was hauled up, he admitted immediately to the offense. i believe his fine was smaller than even this guys because the judge said at least he came clean and didnt waste the court's time ...

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Twincharged

THanks....2:35am no wonder .. i think this is the highest OFFICIAL speed clocked for speeding.. can recommend it to the Singapore Guinness of Records?

i was reading the ST.

 

District Judge John Ng:

"In the present case, the speed at which the vehicle was traveling at was the highest i have seen among the hundreds of speeding cases brought before me." the judgement stated.

 

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Supercharged

Nothing to do with light or not lah .. how heavy you think are F1 cars ? They will fly to space by this logic.

 

I am specifically asking because he said JDM cars are all light. so there is particular reference of lightness he already made.

 

no cars can fly, that I know. you must learn to read the question in the context of how the discussion evolved.

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Turbocharged

sureeee or not ... all jdm ah? :D

 

This type dunno what they are talking about and damn lame attempt at trolling. School holidays started already right?

 

195...195. In the mid-90s an EF civic driver killed an NSF marshal at fort road. It was early morning of army half marathon or some other run. The driver was also clocked at around 190-195 on aye/ecp whilst running from the police.

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Neutral Newbie

Lucky his name is Yang Chee Hwa and not Yang Chee Hong...otherwise the arresting occifer oso cannot arrest properly [:p]

 

Can balek kampong alr...you win the thread alr. [laugh]

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3rd Gear

they didnt. his car was unique enough that there (at the time) were only 2 of the same colour / make as his.

iirc the give away was the license plate. his was single digit, the other one was all 4 digits :D

 

mata also not stupid ^^

 

however, when he was hauled up, he admitted immediately to the offense. i believe his fine was smaller than even this guys because the judge said at least he came clean and didnt waste the court's time ...

 

how exotic sia.

 

say brand can? :ph34r:

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3rd Gear

I am specifically asking because he said JDM cars are all light. so there is particular reference of lightness he already made.

 

no cars can fly, that I know. you must learn to read the question in the context of how the discussion evolved.

 

JDM is best

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Neutral Newbie

I am specifically asking because he said JDM cars are all light. so there is particular reference of lightness he already made.

 

no cars can fly, that I know. you must learn to read the question in the context of how the discussion evolved.

 

Light plus some of them catch sibei zhui air one. Not all but a lot of them...evo 9 maybe, but Subaru I dun think so lor...

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Supercharged

yes, it is indeed one of the longest straight road without traffic lights in singapore. someone told me this road can be used for aircraft takeoff and landing during emergencies.

 

if you're there on weekends, you might just catch some 2-fast-2-furious-LED-lighted sedans and MPVs (yes, MPVs) organizing their private races there.

This road brings back fond memories of my NS days! Especially the day I did my 10 km force march from Jalan Bahar to Sg Gedong.... [;)]

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3rd Gear

I think he must be doing this very freq, how many of us have the ball to floor the accelerator to reach such speed.

Anyway not long ago some body say beyond 180 laser cannot detect. Now you have live example.

 

Those who want to know what car please CSI the car plate no. SGP 526 H

 

IIRC, fixed cam cannot catch above 180kmh.

 

the laser can catch till 300kmh( as proven by mythbusters)

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3rd Gear

IIRC, Officers get discharged from service if they tio fined >5k or have to go to prison.

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3rd Gear

source: http://www.sgcarmart.com/news/writeup.php?AID=133

 

The highest speed ever recorded with the offender convicted in Singapore is 180kmh which was recorded along ECP by a stationary speed camera. Compare this to the world's highest speed ever recorded by a convicted offender, which is 390kmh, that almost seems slow.

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