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post #401 of 1987 (permalink) Old 02-22-2010, 10:54 PM
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How's the element in the snow? It only kicks in when the front wheel slips or is it awd all the time?

My ride in the summer...



An old pic playing in the snow.


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Mine is a heavily modified SRT-4





Hankook iPike snow tires and she goes like a raped ape, ground clearance is my issue, not traction

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Mine is a heavily modified SRT-4


Hankook iPike snow tires and she goes like a raped ape, ground clearance is my issue, not traction

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I know what you mean, hancook ice bears and my issue is I drag everything, My car is literally um 2 inchs off of the ground.

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How's the element in the snow? It only kicks in when the front wheel slips or is it awd all the time?

My ride in the summer...


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I've had a couple sti's your scoob looks good. Could be lower
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yours is super hot, lucky man.
Thanks homie. I'll post her up again once the new wheels and bumper goes on
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I've had a couple sti's your scoob looks good. Could be lower
LOL you're from Philly you should know how bad the streets are here in NYC... One raised manhole cover is all it takes...lol
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She looks a LOT better in the summer


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