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FWD -V- 4WD, any opinions?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by sleep envy, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. Bong Water
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    Bong Water In two minds

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    Someone pass Warren a hammer for his nail, couldnt of said it better if I could of been arsed to type so much.
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    RWD is the most entertaining.
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    And most rewarding.
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  4. sleep envy
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    2WD or 4WD - if your tyres cannot clear the standing water you will still aquaplane

    I think it's more the case that they were Pirellis that it didn't help - I have the misfortune to have them on my track car and IMO they (along with pretty much every Pirelli tyre I've tried) are very, very poor. Out of interest on your drive home in the snow did you reduce the PSI in your tyres to increase grip?


    IMO it's more to do with the ESP system than anything else

    still, each to their own - glad you're happy with your car chum
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    mate, stop having the "bowferish approach" to 4WD!!! Listen to your self!!

    Hey bowfer, just kidding mate! ;)

    Pedro
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