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Old 26 Feb 2006, 11:21 pm
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Default better put your back seats back

Many of us have totally removed the back seats from the car so it'll be a little faster and save on the horrible MPG but have any of you notice that by not having them in the back the front would feel nose heavy and it understeer like crazy? Also the ride get alot bumpier in the front since all the weight is concentrated in the front?

I have taken them in and out for atleast 5 or 6Xs now over a period of 9 months now and I find that the car handle alot better and ride alot better with them in since the weight are more evenly distributed to all 4 wheels. I have try to drive it real fast in some mountain twisty roads with other the back seats in and got some really scary moments of major understeering.

Also I don't really feel that much of a diff with them on anyway but than I have a manual box and not an auto which I can have the option of revving it up a little more than the auto
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