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Old 01-22-2004, 07:15 PM
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well said shane.
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Originally posted by futureal
And then, one can learn.
My point exactly. You need to learn how to set-up the car.
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hey everyone-I got to run Paul Ciccarello's Parma Alpha last night.

I am not the fastest driver in the world-far from-but I think I am a really good at testing things and this is hands down the best handling-easiest to drive body I have driven. IT carves lines with ease, but without being really good at turn in-but washing out on exit, or being just whicked edgy. ITs smoooth to drive.

Mark my words-people will be going faster at the Birds with this body than anything else they try!!
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