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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 0xsergy, Aug 4, 2013.
Silly Brit got stuck...
<--- Now I really want a Gatorade
I'm drinking a gatorade right know lol
You could almost have a car show on the Pembroke!
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Just don't hit the sides of the ship
She's done boys, I'll do the full reveal tomorrow
This is my daily driver, a 1988 ETK 3000i
Of the 1998 - 2002 Soliad Sunflower coupe, the rarest colour was Sunny Yellow, and the rarest trim level was the RS. This car is a 1999 Sunny Yellow RS with a 5-speed manual and a grey cloth interior. 1 of 24 Sunny Yellow over Grey RS coupes from 1999, and only 9 of those cars had the 5-speed.
Rear engined, rear wheel drive, fiberglass body, 3.7L V6 TT, 280hp, I'm pretty good at 80's cars, not much else. I should make a group B version, all I have to do is crank up the boost and give it AWD
does this look like something i could release as a config mod?
The all-new 1986 Bruckell LeGran is here! Let's see how it stacks up.
On looks alone, it isn't much, but it is a modest refinement over the stodgy sheet metal of the '79-'85 model. The somewhat more rounded look is the result of Bruckell's use of computer-aided design, a first for the brand. While drab, it has a lower drag coefficient than the previous model, improving fuel economy.
The greatest changes, by far, are mechanical. The LeGran is now unibody and front-wheel drive, featuring your choice of a 135- or 153-ci four, or a 201- or 232-ci six, mounted across the front subframe. We tested the 201, The automatic transmission, in an effort to save fuel, sometimes finds itself shifting erratically and taking a long time to downshift under acceleration, and the engine felt underpowered compared to last year's mid-range 300-ci V8. That said, we managed a respectable 24 MPG. Bruckell will likely revive the Moonhawk nameplate on a sport variant - which may feature a supercharged engine - sometime next year.
The handling is rather sloppy, even with the introduction of front-wheel drive. The suspension is very soft and the car pitches up strongly under acceleration. Cornering is better than in last year's rear-wheel drive LeGran, but still not great - with front-wheel drive comes understeer, where the car is liable to plow straight through corners if you go too fast. The rear end, despite not being driven, still uses a solid axle - kind of cheap, if you ask me, considering foreign competitors offer independent rear suspension at a similar price. The ride is unreasonably floaty for a car of this weight - it rides like an old Burnside, despite being nearly 15% lighter. The upcoming sport model may fix this, but I wouldn't hold your breath.
Okay... we need to talk about something. It pains me to say this, but the interior is the killer here. There are absolutely no redeeming qualities to this interior. Everything is cheap, hard plastic that flexes when you push on it, there are rough edges all over, and the rear door panels don't even look finished. The seats are uncomfortable, lacking any kind of support whatsoever. The shift lever - still on the column, even when most manufacturers are moving it to the center console - flexes when you move it and feels like it could snap off in your hand. Sound-proofing is just nonexistent.
Overall, the new Bruckell LeGran is a disappointment. It fails to provide much in the way of value, falling short where imports like the Ibishu Pessima and ETK I-series excel.
The best screenshots I have ever taken...
Only possible with @Brother_Dave's Natural Lighting PostFX mod.