I was behind a "new" GTO today, it was the first time I had seen one on the road. They're pretty boring looking, pretty much just an everyday driver in the looks department, but DAMN did it sound tough! GM should put that power plant into the Camaro.
The rims have to go, thankfully its a concept, Comparing it with the soon to launch Caddy, the only thing the Lincoln has going for it is bringing back the Continental name. Dont think itll be a family car, more for livery uses, taxis, limos, hearse?, or a mob family car
Ik its not family sedan bro. But to me a family sedan something big enough for family to fit. When I was growing up the family car was a LC gtr torana shitta. There only little early 440 cortina size and couldn't breathe in it. So when me uncle rocked up in a old Fairlane tank, I was converted. See ya later Holden haha. Of course it's not factoring the running costs. What engine would that run anyway? . Yeah they caught that dude in the drift video cos his fb profile was that car. But thats aussie police at their finest, scare the public and hope someone dobs. Hopeless. And the comments lmao.
No pics here but I have room for 1 car in each garage so I was curious about what people have theirs stuffed with. Got 3 cars that I currently don't know if I really need/want, Schwartzer, Fugitive and Dominator. The Dom mainly because I can't drive it in anything but a straight line. Here's the current list. Any suggestions/opinions welcome
Last Edit: May 23, 2015 14:48:42 GMT by jaystonepk
I'd say everything is in order there in terms of racing. Muscle is your problem area then but there's options. Blade is dominant in certain conditions but is really horrible to drive.... matter of opinion ofc Such a preposterous amount of understeer on it but it does have great traction and acceleration. Suffers a little on high speed tracks and a lot on hairpins but if you get used to it it's a strong contender. Dukes is up there as well. Decent speed and acceleration, a bit slidey but not as bad as the Dom. Kinda boaty tho, just sold mine cause it feels a little low on character and the boatyness feels a little lame. Dom completes the top 3, I miss mine tbh. Just a smidge down from them is the Ruiner. Easiest of the 4 to put round a track, very versatile and a nice balance between grip and powerslide. Very worth a try. Loses out a bit on acceleration to the others but will do well on high speed tracks if you can keep its momentum up.
Any space you have you can just fill with cool things as you've got everything else covered imo.
Edit. Forgot about the Stallion. Possibly on par with the Ruiner. Bit more boaty/slidey but not too hard to drive. Not sure but I think it pulls away a bit quicker and tops out a bit sooner. Not very familiar with it tbh, keep forgetting I've got one.
I has for racing - Super- Turismo, entity, zentorno Sport- Race Mass, 9F, feltzer, Comet Sport Classic- Casco Coupe- Exemplar Muscle- Dominator Sedan- Tailgater Compact- Issi Suv- Huntley Off Road- Bifta (Anyone who has/uses a Sanchez should be murdered in the face, yes it's a dirt bike, but it's a BIKE) Bike- Akuma Van- Gang Burrito
I has for the lolz / Beauty - Manana, Elegy, Super Diamond, Schwartzer, kuruma.
Muscle has always been a problem. Quite a few on the PL from last night used them and it didn't go so well for me lol. I really love my all black Gauntlet but even with the highest traction it still spins a ton. I'll have to give Ruiner a test as that's a nice cheap car
Was also wondering about what people consider their fun cars. Slamvan is about the only one that fits my current setup. If more van races are on the horizon I may have to consider one of those too.
Oops well I saw Garage and figured this would be the appropriate place for this I've had my hands on dozens of Futo's but never felt the need to ever garage one. Someone needs to host a Futo rally soon then. Maybe tomorrow after Funday
Jay, I really like the Blade if you're having problems keeping the Dom straight. You do have to adjust to the under steer, but I've really enjoyed mine. You're welcome to try it out anytime we're both online.