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    Yesterday, 11:47 PM
    lol bitch said distant cousins
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:45 PM
    The new AMG V8 is going to chew up the S55, spit it out, and laugh at it.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:43 PM
    The new Lamborghini Huracan is a sexy piece of machinery. What if we told you its performance is even better than the looks? The Huracan is very fast. Faster than even its big brother the Aventador if going by Car and Driver's test figures. The results are simply eye opening. How about 0-60 in 2.5 seconds? 0-100 in 5.7 seconds. It goes through the 1/4 mile at 10.4 @ 135. Absurdly quick numbers and roughly on par with a McLaren MP4-12C and maybe even the 650S. How does this compare to the big brother Aventador? Car and Driver recorded 0-60 for the Aventador in 3.0 seconds. 0-100 in 6.4 seconds. The 1/4 mile test number is 10.9 @ 133. The Aventador of course is heavier at 4085 pounds than the 3423 pound Huracan. It also handles better thanks partially to the curb weight advantage and smaller proportions. Just like the Gallardo LP560 and Murcielago LP640 the little brother Lambo is more than capable of running with the more expensive big brother. On the roadcourse, the cheaper car is actually the better performance choice. It is hard to argue against the Huracan for driving pleasure. The Aventador of course offers things beyond performance. Still, the Huracan impresses and hopefully we will see a comparison between the Aventador and Huracan recorded at the same time and same place. Test sheets for both cars from Car and Driver below.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:26 PM
    Welcome bernardjeef, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • BlackJetE90OC's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:23 PM
    Will be interesting a year from now, seeing tuned M4 and W205 C63 going at it. Since the 4.0tt is also going in the AMG GT, I see the powerplant getting a lot of attention. AMS should have some deadly Alpha packages for it.
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  • 135pats's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:44 PM
    Aqib.Talib. The money will almost certainly be spent on a Revis and/or McCourty extension. When you add up a 4th round pick, about $8mm in cap space, and a relatively high-upside TE who will catch at least 40-50 balls in this offense...not a bad haul for a 31 YO guard. And no, i'm not allowed to bet on NFL games. Conditions of employment...I've mock betted against spreads before and didn't do particularly well. Football's a really tough sport to bet and win on. Hey Dobson looked good tonight. Not as fast as he'll be in another month, but put on some good weight and all the other traits I wanted to see he showed. He'll be the top X the minute he's healthy. Yea I scouted the crap out of him and Rueben Randell, was one of my first WR prospects. He tricks you is what it comes down to...Big body, long arms, good catch radius...Some decent vertical speed and a leaper..competes...but robotronic stiff, doesn't separate at the top of his roues. Flashes the spectacular grab but far too many concentration drops. Not a natural hands catcher. Well liked and respected coming out of school. Not a bad player by any means but i'm not quite sure what his role will be on this team. He doesn't run well enough to play the Z, i'm not sure if he's better than Wright at the move TE, and Dobson is far more of a vertical threat at the X. IDK but I do know the staff really likes him. So they'll get him on the field somehow, he probably eats into Thompkin's snaps in 4WR sets.
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