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2hot4u posted on Mar 10, 2008 10:05:18 AM - Report post
The 240sx has crummy steering. I have to use a trainer to start a career,cuz 240's steering is much to tight. Can't keep her off the walls.
Chingy42007 posted on Mar 10, 2008 10:12:38 AM - Report post
originally posted by SWAT_Marine
Muscle cars are great, but in Trckion they suck lol, the 911 turbo I didnt like, it wouldnt turn lol, either would te Lambo, they were great but i couldnt getthem to turn,
Understeer FTL. As for the Turbo, I don't see much wrong with it. The balance is precise and very poised, and I can't really ask for more in a grip car. Very light on its feet, too, and the occasional powerslide sure can be a spectacle to behold.
2hot4u posted on Mar 10, 2008 10:16:03 AM - Report post
I've used 911 Turbo and found her to be a pleasure to drive. She's so sweet in grips and so much fun to drive.
JeanClaude32 posted on Mar 10, 2008 10:18:23 AM - Report post
i had a 911 turbo...and it handled real nice though...of course i also tuned the car besides installing the performance packages
but the evo 10 is better than the 911 turbo...as SWAT said...they don't turn that fast like the evo 10...my 911 turbo turned real nice but not as nice as the evo 10 and so i got stuck with the evo 10
Chingy42007 posted on Mar 10, 2008 10:20:03 AM - Report post
That's odd, anything past level 3 and I got a whole lotta understeer with my Evo X. But then again, I was sick, so maybe that was the culprit.
2hot4u posted on Mar 10, 2008 10:23:49 AM - Report post
I prefer the Evo 10 as well. I favor Tuners over Exotics. Seems the Tuners have more manners,and you can pimp,bling,and Dub Tuners till your heart's content. Exotics are best left stock.
JeanClaude32 posted on Mar 10, 2008 10:36:15 AM - Report post
that's funny...i get a lot of oversteer
but it handles nice...and also taking some "shortcuts" sure shaves off some time
when there's an open field and the road goes in S style i just cut off the path and take it directly over the grass
vaggelis posted on Mar 10, 2008 10:52:11 AM - Report post