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Thanks for showing that, I really enjoyed it. We could see a little of the Abarth Rally car suspension. No big surprises visible, it has coil overs, and a big brake kit. We know the engine is a 296hp twin cam Alfa Romeo unit. I plan to learn a lot more about this car as soon as I have a chance to inspect one. Not because I plan to buy a 300K Fiat rally car (yes, that's what they cost) but because I am really curious to see all the upgrades the factory guys thought the car should have to run in rally racing on the world stage.

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Thanks for showing that, I really enjoyed it. We could see a little of the Abarth Rally car suspension. No big surprises visible, it has coil overs, and a big brake kit. We know the engine is a 296hp twin cam Alfa Romeo unit. I plan to learn a lot more about this car as soon as I have a chance to inspect one. Not because I plan to buy a 300K Fiat rally car (yes, that's what they cost) but because I am really curious to see all the upgrades the factory guys thought the car should have to run in rally racing on the world stage.

Greg
Since I installed the EDL, I have hung the back end out like that a couple of times. Both were the result of turning left out of gas stations across two lanes of traffic.>:) It was unintentional and with the ESC on. The great thing was that it was very easily controlled.
 

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Since I installed the EDL, I have hung the back end out like that a couple of times. Both were the result of turning left out of gas stations across two lanes of traffic.>:) It was unintentional and with the ESC on. The great thing was that it was very easily controlled.
It has a great suspension and is easy to control. It really is a fun car.

Greg
 
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