The VR6 SLC as shipped is a potentially
dangerous ride when driven
aggressively. Between the SERIOUS over-
steer due to being nose-heavy and the
tendancy to swap ends when breaking
hard into a turn, it can be fairly
unforgiving. While 178 bHp stock, a
meager $1,100 worth of chips and bits
can easily belt out over 220 bHp. My
advice is to invest in Konis and
Brembos before testing your abillity to
keep this machine on all fours...
Supurb fit and finish and damned good
looking although plagued by spotty
electrical and some unpleasant and
unnerving handling problems (stock).
Overall, a bargain at twice the price.
What's to say here? The VR6 is a
mechanical masterpeice. Get the chip-
release the beast!
Better F/R weight distribution, beefier
front roll bars and shocks. Parts
prices are WAY high, example: $480.00
for a replacement fog light lens!
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