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      12-06-2007, 02:58 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by seven_227 View Post
Those whoe think that Audi's Quattro is superior, have you ever tracked your Quattros??? Audi's quattro is known for its understeer specially in tracking conditions, but it's fixed with the new R8 ,which transfers more power to the front wheels only after the back is loose, unlike the older version when the cars didnt allow oversteer.

EDIT: Lets put it this way, EVO X AWD system > BMW Xdrive > Audi Quattro .
I have never heard so much BS, X-Drive better than Quattro. You must not have had our experienced Quattro on the track, try an Audi Driving Experience day and you will know when correctly used Quattro is by far the best system in tricky conditions. Try pulling away quickly with X-Drive and the rear wheels slip briefly before the fronts are brought into play, try the same with Quattro and there is no slip just pure acceleration. Quattro isn't slow reacting like X-Drive is.



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