I dont know where you got your HP numbers from, but I heard 145 Wheel HP ...... Ditto..... Please, not on a legend.NSXNEXT said:I am saving up for one because a friend told me that it will give me 45 more wheel horsepower. hehe (sarcastic) don't do it to a Legend.
"longest run-on sentence ever!~"abe805 said:people my legend is design to hit 356 mph j/k nah i really bought it cause of the hp that will give my legend i heard rumors of 50-150 hp at the wheels so wow dam n ok ok ok ok i bought it cause a cusin sold it to me for 100 buks and i tought well i keep for something maybe my future car "lancer evo 6 " and a "skyline gtr"ok ok ok ok there but i just wanted to know if it look koo on a legend well keep on koming peeps keep on telling my asz off oh yeah i recomend buying one ill give u a 50-150 hp increase so peeps buy one
F1's are not the only cars w/ large rear spoilers. They dont' have to be RWD. Look at the touring car class on the Speedchannel. FWD w/huge spoilers. Allows you to dial in more oversteer into the supension and still keep the back-end planted. The principle is the same in F1 cars. To keep the rear-end down at high speeds. Has nothing to do with drive-wheel traction. Just thought I'd point it outFutureX 2001 said:the cars are NOT F1s, and they're FWD... not RWD
My point exactly. You can dial in more oversteer into the suspension for better front-end handling while still keeping the car on the road by compensating with a rear-spoiler that adds understeer. The car remains balanced.claus44 said:Rear spoilers actually cause understeer, not oversteer.