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Old 10-27-2008, 02:16 PM   #17
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Drives: 2010 IOM 2SS/RS
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I think it's easier to adjust accordingly with FWD vs. RWD. It really depends on how skilled of a driver you are; I'd have no clue what will happen in a RWD car in the winter when my tail end spins out of control, but guess what? I'll take it slow, learn, and hopefully I won't damage anything.

Btw, since this car is 52/48 F/R weight distribution that should play a large roll in stability, right?
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