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Re: Speedo and p/s problem

Postby riu » Mon May 11, 2009 1:39 pm

uhh... z doesn't handle that well dude. definitely not on rails, especially compared to an STi. i think you just need to get used to the difference in driving line between rwd and awd, clipping point is generally far later for awd.
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Re: Speedo and p/s problem

Postby TheOrteganator » Tue May 12, 2009 11:54 pm

riu wrote:uhh... z doesn't handle that well dude. definitely not on rails, especially compared to an STi. i think you just need to get used to the difference in driving line between rwd and awd, clipping point is generally far later for awd.


Roger is right- the Z32 handles OK, but it's weight and front heavy nature limit it's capabilities as well as its floppy chasis. A properly tuned AWD car, especially and STi, will rape the Z32 all day every day. I still prefer driving a RWD car just not the Z32.
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