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Old December 15th, 2018, 01:47 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by EllowViper View Post
I read some sort of critical review back in the 1990's by some auto rag stating the only reason the Viper could perform as it did was because they stuffed huge/wide tires on it. Basically stating that if you put wide tires on a POS, it would corner. Words to that effect. The author went on to state that if the Viper was a true performance machine, it would not need that wide of a tire. Poor engineering offset by wide tires.
Funny. Big tires, big motor and manual trans were the selling points for me. If they would have built a minivan with those instead of the Viper I would have bought a minivan. Two of them.
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