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Old 04-06-2012, 11:25 PM   #1
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I went and drove a nice black one at the local garage. Pretty sweet loved being able to punch it goin around a corner and not gettin tugged around by torque steer. Little small in the back. Seats felt to hard but they were brand new. Lots of room under hood. The stereo was very crisp and good bass for factory. Didn't really feel v.bt fast. Drove the M6 and first gear was a dud as is wit most turbo four cylinders that I have drove..


So has anyone looked into swapping the new Hi-Per struts into the older cars? What do we know about the six speed manual in that car. Gearing seems silly though. It's got three over drives. And no 1:1 gear ratio
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