|01-20-2004 08:37 PM|
|GMISVTFocus||nicee race and e brake use ablity|
|01-20-2004 07:59 PM|
|BevinZX3||Hmm, I'm not saying that it isn't possible, but the S60 is a tough opponent. I work at a Volvo dealer, and get the opportunity to drive S60's frequently. Beautiful car, and quite fast. The 2002 I BELIEVE, had 208 hp, since it is turbocharged. I know the 2003's had 208. However, the 2003's are also 2.5 litre. I dunno about the whole downshifting thing though. All the AWD's excluding the 2004 S60R are automatics (you would know if you were up against and R). However, the autos are gear-tronic. Basically an "auto stick" if you will. But in my opinion, they are kinda sloppy. If it was a non-turbo, you'd have a better chance. They are fairly weak, but can also pack a punch. They are rated at 168 hp. If it's a T5, not likely since the 2002 T5 was not AWD, you would have been shot down no matter what your speed. The reason why I am saying 2002, is because of the engine size, however it could have been an 01. That was the first year. Hmm. If you did win, congratulations. That would definetly be something I'd brag about at my dealership. :-)|
|01-20-2004 07:00 AM|
|01-20-2004 06:34 AM|
|FucusUnderground||Well stated SIUNARA.|
|12-25-2003 12:36 AM|
When you learn to slide the car without using the e-brake, I might consider being impressed.
You should try an open tracking event...it provides a nice opportunity to drive your car at the limit without all the risks of driving like that on the street.
|12-22-2003 05:07 PM|
Bwahahahahaha are you serious?
you chirped the tires in 3rd? pulled the e-brake and got ahead of him?
then you woke up and ate your wheaties and watched garfield right?
|12-22-2003 03:19 PM|
|12-22-2003 01:32 PM|
|teddyrob||sounds like those letters you read in the playboy forum!|
|12-22-2003 03:47 AM|
|Focus0nMe13||sounds like u took ur story from a book...lol...nice details tho!!!|
|12-15-2003 11:05 PM|
Wasn't you that was talking about making a race sound more exiting?.....
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