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Old 02-11-2004, 03:12 AM   #16
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Hi guys, I have heard good things about the 05R over the RR Evo. But can someone who has driven both cars comment on the advantages of the RR Evo over the 05R?

I have noticed that the 05R has its fuel tank, engine and pipe all on the same side. Wouldn't this affect the weight distribution of the car and thus affecting the performance of the car? Thanks lots for any inputs. Cheers.
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I heard from a person that they read in a magazine that the 05R was quicker through turns, but that they still preferred the rr evo.
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Old 02-11-2004, 12:01 PM   #19
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I heard from a person that they read in a magazine that the 05R was quicker through turns, but that they still preferred the rr evo.
all personal preference

some people dont like driving the shaft, some ppl dont like driving the belt.
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