Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by John Doe, Oct 28, 2004.
That would be pretty dope!
When are you lowering that?
In the spring. Not going to bother now because winter is here... actually come spring I may just sell it.
Sell it in favor of what?
Remember we already made a deal about my springs
H22 hatch maybe?
It's all good! I got $50 to spare
I would prefer a B18C1 hatch myself...
I can't go back to b-series
and full mod status... oh boy, here we go again
Then don't rape that tiny car with that huge motor!
I love my huge motor stock outta the box w/ 145 ft/lbs of torque at the wheels! You'd have to do lots to squeeze that out of a b!
True, you do... but they belong in the Adult-sized cars!
fo sheezy! But squeezing it into a little hatch is half the fun The good thing is, I already own the motor.
Buy a AWD or RWD car no more of this FWD crap. Stop supporting torque steer!
Statements like this can only be made by people whose cars are worth more than $500 at an auction!
Whats your point? im sure you agree your 3series handles better than your old gsr....
Well, that is very true... but my GSR handles better than, say, a Crown Vic would!
Either car can be a capable handler, but I will have to concede that I do love RWD oh so much more!
FWD does me perfectly fine. RWD in the snow can be a bitch. Besides, I don't get torque steer.
Exactly, share the love convert this FWD buyer!
Ok, but.... no AWD mention!
Do you have an LSD? When you come on the gas around a turn in a higher powered FWD car you dont seem to notice that it trys to rip the wheel out of your hands and drive straight?
I find RWD is more predictable in the winter, with 48/50 WD i find the car tends to be more balenced when there is a loss of traction. Plus i prefere my wheels with the power spinning, and myself still being able to steer. Where in my experience,
lose traction = lose steering in a FWD car
I think I'll play with the hood thingy tonight
The clit hood?
Not my car. not that I've noticed.. I don't suggest too much high speed cornering in a stock supsension '92 accord though My old SiR didn't torque steer either.
I'll take more weight over the drive wheels in snow condition any day!