Speed Thrills

I managed to get the Waja to run at 180 kph (112 mph) when I was
heading down to JB the other day. So that makes it as the fastest
land speed I’ve ever attempted here in Malaysia. Still can’t beat my
personal fastest of 125 mph (200 kph) done on a highway stretch
between Toronto and Montreal back in the summer of ’97 in a Ford


  1. semey

    Trust me that you’d never try it again after getting the speeding tickets… he…he :). Beware of areas near Pagoh, polis suka duduk dalam longkang. Also after the toll near Skudai. Also the annoying camera attached to the bridge near bangi on the way back to KL. Was it ur Waja ke hang gi hentam keta member?

  2. dJ phuturecybersonique

    it all depends on the time of day you’re on the road. maybe it’s my luck, but i notice they never do it like after 5pm or so. i dont do this kinda thing all the time. just to satisfy my curiosity about the car. and no, it’s not a friend’s.

  3. lyna

    mak ai, lajunye. if i drive my kelisa up to 130 kph pun, i dah takut giler. takut ape? takut terbang :p hehe…
    btw, nasib baik tak dapat speeding ticket. agree with semey. once u get a speeding ticket, tobat tamau speed kat tempat yg same dah. (stretch yg lain kan ade? hehe…)

  4. dJ phuturecybersonique

    if ya wanna do this kinda thing, use your better judgment. dont do it on a crowded road where you need to weave between lanes and subsequently endangering other road users. use stretches of road where you can see what’s up a mile or more up ahead so you can be prepared. familiarity with the road also helps as you anticipate the turns, hills, whatnots. time of day would be important if you wanna avoid being ticketed. but again like i said, use your better judgment. speed can thrill as it can also kill.

  5. semey

    Like a friend of fine even got a ticket, the cops were having speed traps at nite. So.. how new is ur car?… shouldn’t u not ramp it up too high?

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