Toby Price's New TSCO Mitsubishi Triton TT

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It has the colourful body on it today.

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With 750hp, a 6spd sequential, and Toby at the wheel, this thing could beat some, if not most, of the top TT's out there.
i hate all the nut huggin about awd , luke lost by 12-14 seconds INCLUDING the flat he had on course that they chgd themselfs , so for the 300-500k extra cost for the awd not that big of "edge" on the comp , toby will kill m with a 6.0 2wd
 
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i hate all the nut huggin about awd , luke lost by 12-14 seconds INCLUDING the flat he had on course that they chgd themselfs , so for the 300-500k extra cost for the awd not that big of "edge" on the comp , toby will kill m with a 6.0 2wd
Now imagine Luke in his new AWD...
He spent the extra 300-500k for those 14 seconds
 
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I love the L200 pickup truck line. Big fan and I have a (still) bone stock 2015 model myself 2.4L diesel. I keep it outside the US.

 

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I love the L200 pickup truck line. Big fan and I have a (still) bone stock 2015 model myself 2.4L diesel. I keep it outside the US.

We use the same to tow the boat here in NZ.
 
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I'm right handed too and drive a RHD most days but run an old Willys LHD on the weekends. Shifting is fine both sides though from time to time I do reach out the wrong side of the Jeep trying to find the gear stick. That and climbing in the passengers side is equally embarrassing. Funny though - visit the States and no issues driving other side of the road than what we're used to.
I can't even imagine changing from right side to left side like that. I tried it once - it even looked ridiculous. I'd rather drive on the left side, it's more familiar.
 
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