>1965 ferd efftufiddy
>300 BigSix and a c6 auto
>heavy:not as heavy
50-50 club brooooooooo
Ouch 20 worst cars of all time, didn't know Saturn Ion was that bad.
"The Ion was so poorly made and bland that not only was it a major factor leading to the demise of Saturn, but also it still haunts owners to this day. In February 2014, General Motors announced a massive recall of 2.6 million vehicles to fix faulty ignition switches. This recall included every Saturn Ion ever made"
Do you drive? 50/50 FR is perfect. It means that the static mass distribution of the vehicle doesn't bias to either set of tires and that the driver needs to induce throttle or brake to control the back. On time track that's all you want.
>1998 Subaru Legacy GT wagon
>2.5L AWD 5 speed
>all these idiots thinking 50/50 is best
First of all, weight distribution across two wheels is useless to know is the vehicles weight isn't centralised well. A vehicle with 45% before the front axle, 10% between, and 45% behind the rear axle woukd handle like a pig. Mass centralisation is equally, if not more, important as weight distribution.
Now read this
Moderate rear weight bias causes
>better corner exit
Tl;dr 50/50 sucks
2004 infiniti g35
front-mid engine, RWD, 6 speed manual
'06 Dodge Durango
No idea the weight distribution tho.
I think the hatch had 50:50 because of the big ass pane of glass in the back, the coupe 53:47
Know idea, but with a 400 small block under the hood I wouldn't be surprised if it were worse than 70/30...
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