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Old 09-04-2010, 05:19 PM   #76
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Originally Posted by SiR View Post
there are many other awd cars that dont do that. and a wack of fwd cars that dont behave like that.

to think that video is the end all be all comparo between the different configurations is laughable at best.
I think it's a damn good example of all the configs on the market.

I'm still waiting for your argument to have some sort of validity since I'm such a dumbass for posting an outdated depiction of only 1 example of each that behave only one way. Give some examples of which cars (FWD & AWD) that don't behave remotely close to that and I'll give you 3 internetz

Originally Posted by JINT View Post
Some people have serious track experience from the cruise, so what is fast to you, isn't fast to them.
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Old 09-05-2010, 12:46 AM   #77
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Originally Posted by davericher20 View Post

Erm.. did no one notice VICKY BUTLER HENDERSON!!! ?
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