Re: [DML] 'best handling car'
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Re: [DML] 'best handling car'



Andy

One thing you have to remember is the Delorean was built for handling.  
Comparing it to an STI that has a tendency to under-steer violently 
when pushed hard and the SHO that is more or less a pig on the track, 
the Delorean is a dream.  As for the power, our cars do lack a little 
in the acceleration, but fortunately they are light enough to almost 
make up for it.

I actually road race a Mitsubishi Eclipse that is FWD and Turbo.  I 
have nearly 5k in after-market suspension and it handles ALMOST as good 
as my Delorean with the stock suspension and old worn bushings.  Maybe 
one of these days I might take the Delorean for a couple of laps around 
the track, but right now I would just like to keep from going off track 
as it is more expensive to repair.  Maybe as I fix mine up more I will 
get the nerve to take it to the track, but the parts I keep breaking on 
my Eclipse keep me from the risk of taking the Delorean out.

If I do take it out, I will take pictures for all to see.

-Glenn

On Jul 4, 2005, at 6:14 PM, Soma576@xxxxxxx wrote:

> Group,
>
> Just thought I would share a little compliment I got from a guy the 
> other
> day.  I recently hired a younger guy who is really REALLY into sport  
> compact
> tuning.  Not ricing, but REAL tuning as in adding turbos,  
> superchargers,
> nitrous, intercoolers, big brakes, etc to imports like nissans  and 
> acura's and
> such.  Well anyway, he heard from other employees that I  have a 
> DeLorean and he
> kept begging me to see it and talking about how he wanted  to drive 
> one and
> stuff.  I rarely bring it to work but finally I gave  in.  He was very 
> impressed
> with the car's stance and shape, and thought it  looked way better 
> than he
> imagined it.  Of course he begged to go for a  drive.  Well I normally 
> don't do
> this but I know he is smart and knows what  he is doing and I had 
> gotten to
> know him well enough the last couple weeks so I  gave in and told him 
> to be back
> in five minutes.  When he came back he had  the biggest grin on his 
> face and
> told me it was the one of the best handling  cars he has ever driven.  
> He said
> it wasn't really underpowered but if it  had just a little more power 
> it would
> be even better.  Pretty impressive  coming from a guy who is used to
> autocrossing STi's and nitrous powers  SHO's.
>
> Andy





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