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It's all about understanding it and knowing your limits with it, you need to develop being one with the machine.



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It's all about understanding it and knowing your limits with it, you need to develop being one with the machine.
Exactly.

It takes time and patience... some guys will be too eager to go WOT, but patience pays off.
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He was driving much harder than I expect to ever drive mine.

Brakes are probably fine for my use. A lot of drivers may feel the brakes are not as good as they expect because they are NOT power Disk brakes and will require a lot more pedal pressure than most "cars" that most people drive.

I have driven some older Corvettes without power brakes and disc brakes and they require a lot more "foot" to get them stopped. They work fine, just feel different and need some extra effort!

The SS appeared to handle very well for my driving style, so considering the lively stunt driver style he was driving I think the SS will be fine for my needs!

Don't think I will need a turbo, sticky tires or other performance additions for good cruising and occasional fun corners! Looks like it does just about as well as I had expected.

The performance is near some other real performance vehicles but for $20K. That's pretty good in my book!
Same I havent done a burnout in 25 years + Dont know how fast any of my cars or bike are .Rarely go over 80 unless Im "in transit" .This is SLOW beach cruiser for me .

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