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|3rd November 2009, 13:56||#241|
Join Date: May 2002
best driving experience = point your car to somewhere and the car doing so in the best manner at the most ideal speed;
if your best experience = slowest. then you are indeed very safe
|3rd November 2009, 18:13||#242|
Join Date: May 2002
Location: wherever the doom is
best cars are RWD and go to 4wd when you **** up
ever tried getting out of a fourwheelspin on a 4wd?
Where the Reverend is doing his Magick, all mortals be silent
Doom over the world
|3rd November 2009, 18:30||#244|
|4th November 2009, 00:15||#245|
As far as managability goes, front-wheel drive is better, because the bulk of the load is handled easier when that bulk has to follow the traction. With rear-wheel drive, the traction has a tendency to push the car in a straight line foward, regardless the stand of the front wheels. That's why a rear-wheel drive is much harder to handle than a front-wheel drive.
And as far as today's handling of cars goes, don't forget that everything is computer-controlled nowadays. If there's no way of getting into a spin with, for example, an Imprezza B22 or a Nissan GT3000 (I'm getting old, I know) that's more because of the computer engineering, and less because of the 4-wheel drive... such is my experience, anyway...
Last edited by JimmyJump : 4th November 2009 at 02:20.
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