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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby Striker94 on 31 Dec 2007, 06:02

I use both the Evo IX and Evo X. I prefer the IX because i modded it a bit more.

I might try using a lotus, or even a GTR... :D
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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby Gunsmith on 31 Dec 2007, 17:45

i must say the lotus is a lot of fun to drive, hugs the road well and its quite nippy.
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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby ChinaMan110 on 27 Jan 2008, 07:51

DC5(RSX), EK9(Civic hatch) NSX
BNR34, BNR35, Skyline 350GT(G35)
EVO IX, X
Supra, HachiRoku(Corolla GT-S AE86 Trueno)
FD3S, RX-8
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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby ChZ^^ on 30 Jan 2008, 15:54

Well i use an Evo (x) it has a really good handling but IMO its too slow.
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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby Rico_GT-R on 04 Feb 2008, 18:26

I've got a Evo X and a RS Cosworth... :D
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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby Cipher on 11 Feb 2008, 07:09

I personally tested the

Subaru Impreza
Mitsubishi Evo X
shiznit Evo IX
Toyota Supra
Nissan Skyline R34
Nissan GTR
Volkswagon Gti
THE iMPREZA DID THE BEST FOR ME,but the R34 was faster with more straight line speed.

in real world ill have to say the Nissan Skyline R33 GTR
because its a hell of a ride,plus im the owner of one and its terrific
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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby scoobeephantom on 15 Feb 2008, 02:38

i go with the evo x, if you tune it right its not slow, and even stock that thing is fun as anything to drive
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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby Striker94 on 02 Mar 2008, 12:38

um, in my opinion you should take a R34 as your main grip car, and bring a 240SX as a backup.

I had this combo, and it worked beautifully. The R34 can handle most tracks, and you don't need stage 3. You just get stage 3 suspension and tyres, and then everything else stage 2...

As for the 240 SX, just lightly upgrade it to stage 3 suspension and tyres, but only stage 1 for everything else. It's really slow, but can handly the tight tracks with ease, thanks to its light weight...

If you're loaded with cash, replace the R34 with a R35
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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby Rico_GT-R on 03 Mar 2008, 17:40

The only thing annoying thing about the evo X is the time between gears. It is enormous!!

but otherwise, i would say it is a pretty good car...
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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby Striker94 on 25 Mar 2008, 12:02

hmmm, you mean in auto?

Have you got stage 3 transmission?

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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby Koenigsegg_Rox on 26 Mar 2008, 06:15

911 Turbo, WRX STi is great as well, Evo X is quick in a straight line, but not good for some tight tracks, Seat Leon Cupra is a great little car in the early stages.
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Re: Your Grip Cars

Postby Striker94 on 05 May 2008, 11:11

Koenigsegg_Rox wrote:911 Turbo, WRX STi is great as well, Evo X is quick in a straight line, but not good for some tight tracks, Seat Leon Cupra is a great little car in the early stages.


It's just too bad I can't get one...

And the Evo X can't handle tight corners like you said, mainly because it drifts around corners. I've always liked the Evo IX though.
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