Iam pondering in building a 2.5td autograss class 6 car (Micra shell).:jaw-dropping
i just need to know if its possible to run the 2.5 td lump on a fwd box...
MADNESS i know but with a big turbo and a remap, I cant see why it could'nt beet any tunned 2.0 redtops:lol
Been wondering this for some time......Why are most new family cars front wheel drive? Originally all cars were rear wheel driven, is there any benefit to having a rear wheel driven car over a front wheel driven car?
I was pondering, as driving in show has never really been a problem, whether having almost always had RWD cars is why I'm ok with it.
Having grown up on small, cheap RWD cars I had plenty of practice before buying a BMW.
These days there aren't really any small, cheap, plentiful RWD so I...
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BMW will abandon a vehicle design it attributes to better grip, traction, steering and comfort in the quest for better fuel economy and...
I've had my BMW for nearly 8 months now. In that time I've managed to cover around 14k miles!
The other month at work I had to drive an 08 plate Fiesta. I've never been so scared in my life! 50mph felt like 150 would in the BMW. I was literally scared to go passed 50 in it, because it felt like...
im having to do a 100 mile round trip to Andover which still has a few inches of snow. the options are a peugeot 206 fwd with no abs, or, bmw 318 e36 with rwd and abs.
BMW = +Comfort, Safer in a crash, ABS, - RWD, wide tyres and heavier.
Peugeot = +FWD and skinny tyres and lighter vehicle, - no...
What are the benefits of a rear wheel driven car over a front wheel driven car, does a rear wheel driven car handle better than front wheel and are rear wheel drive cars safer as in more predictable on a sharp corner at speed????