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anything well driven, once someone is trying, not just a whole lot of sideways because of lots of power
 

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90 percent of the time i would prefer 4wd just for the sheer power and traction while exiting a tight bend or junction on tarmac (awesome) and for the four wheel drifting on wide sweeping bends on the loose stuff (brilliant) but for entertainment and pure enjoyment it's hard to beat a rear wheel drive driven to the max (priceless).
 

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Jaysus this fence will break if anyone else sits on it.
 

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well i would have to say the 6R4 in the night stages in ulster this year were something else. any night stage are class and rear wheel drive cars.
 

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what about the super 1600's revin to about 9000 rpm ? can hear them for miles !!!! thats as good as any porn !!! only problem is some rich prat usually spoils it by showing up with a helicopter !!! bring jwrc to south armagh so we can shoot the b*****d's out of the sky!!!!:p:p:p
 

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Originally posted by TM
what about the super 1600's revin to about 9000 rpm ? can hear them for miles !!!! thats as good as any porn !!! only problem is some rich prat usually spoils it by showing up with a helicopter !!! bring jwrc to south armagh so we can shoot the b*****d's out of the sky!!!!:p:p:p
is this the spirit of irish rallying? your right about the 1600's but keep your hard earned feelings to yourself, keep it real n true :p;):kiss::D:eek::cool::mad:
 
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