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    2hot4u posted on Jan 09, 2008 5:14:16 PM - Report post
     
    You have to drive fast in Nevada,can't take your time,and its that speed that causeses me to lose control. Skyline is notorious for going out of control. I've had modest success with Supra and Vette ZO6,but no car is exempt from major crashes in Nevada. For speed races I have to use a trainer to slow the A1,so I can drive slower and keep my car under control.
     
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    Send a message to LordVenator
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    LordVenator posted on Jan 09, 2008 5:17:15 PM - Report post
     
    well in my first career i had Ford GT for speed with 1057HP,stage 4 parts,and heavy downforce.
    I have passed every track.
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    2hot4u posted on Jan 09, 2008 6:42:21 PM - Report post
     
    By using the slow A1 key I can win with an RSX or Integra,in Nevada. They both handle nice. Yep,I'm a huge Accura fan.
     
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    Chingy42007 posted on Jan 09, 2008 11:19:04 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by 2hot4u

    You have to drive fast in Nevada,can't take your time,and its that speed that causeses me to lose control. Skyline is notorious for going out of control. I've had modest success with Supra and Vette ZO6,but no car is exempt from major crashes in Nevada. For speed races I have to use a trainer to slow the A1,so I can drive slower and keep my car under control.

    I think you'll find something called the brake pedal in every car. And no offense, but if you can't conquer a track, it's you who sucks, and not the track. You can't face up to a challenge, it's entirely your fault.

    And if you need help, just check out extract 1 in my blog.

     
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    JeanClaude32 posted on Jan 10, 2008 1:33:36 AM - Report post
     
    i said who knows a brand not who has a 6 year old steering wheel if it resisted 6 years then it must be a good steering wheel so tell me which brand is that wheel...cos i want to get myself a new steering cos mine, as i already told you, it broke down because it is on springs and i know there is another type of steering based on something different than springs and i heard that those are better than these on springs
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    LordVenator posted on Jan 10, 2008 4:47:15 AM - Report post
     
    if i remember it right my Steering Wheel is from Logitech.
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    The_CheatMaster posted on Jan 10, 2008 5:03:05 AM - Report post
     
    Genius and A4 are the best.They have the best quality.

    I tried the Chevelle.It's a very good car.The braking system is not bad.
     
  • Send a message to 2hot4u
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    2hot4u posted on Jan 10, 2008 5:32:19 AM - Report post
     
    I agree,Chingy. Its the driver,not the track that's at fault for the wipeouts and loses. I admit,I'm a lousey driver on speed races. I'm a careless,haphazard driver,and rarely use my breaks. So,yeah,I agree,its my fault,not the track.
     
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