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|Performance data refers to BB 1.1 version unless the car is for 1.0 versions only.
A review by Overdrijf, the August 21, 2010: On slow tracks, this could be fearsome competition for my own Superkart. The difference being that this beast does not come alive untill above 150 MPH. I just shattered my previous record on a very fast "all loops, jumps and banked corners" kind of track. That probably says a lot about my driving when I set that record, but given that I was driving the indy at the time I'm still quite impressed. The road up to powergear can be a bit slow, but ones it kicks in the awesome comes out. It may be a bit of a cheat cars in some aspects, but it is not too easy to drive. All in all I'dd like to see this one in a competition, it's a nice addition to the lineup of fast cars, and the Speedgate XSD in particular needs to worry about its position. But the reason people will like it in a competition is because this car is about having speed more than about gaining it, I'dd take quite a big "longcut" over a shorter road which makes me lose lots of speed, and that makes it an interesting car for competitions. Just look at the things that have been done with the Ferrari. I'm definately going to enjoy this car, thanks for making it. Oh, and the looks are good too, although I liked the driving better. I like nice little touches like that oil meter, and I like that it comes in green, even in two kinds of green. After all, all great stunts cars are green...
Duplode wrote as well: On track, it is much like a cheat car due to the very high grip (thankfully it is not ridiculously fast like the Niva and others) - except that it also has VERY STRONG anti-power gear. That guarantees a puzzling ride for all of you who are going to try it (probably best done in a fast track with interestingly positioned jumps).