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Mercedes W220 Vs Dodge Challenger

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  • 22 Mar, 2017  |
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№1 Author: Bobby (22 Mar 2017 12:13) Total user comments: 1475


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Loosing grip when braking on a straight line from 140 km/h shows that the Dodge is really unstable.
It looks cool, but offers no security.
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№2 Author: Maxid (22 Mar 2017 14:42) Total user comments: 661


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It looks like the Dodge's ABS has been disabled. Right at the 1:00 mark, you can see the front passenger's side wheel is already locked in place while the rear continues to spin. The difference in rotation speed should have engaged the ABS system well before we can see it. Once it gets turned around, you can clearly see the rear drivers' side wheel spinning while the front is locked up.
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№3 Author: Bobby (24 Mar 2017 14:26) Total user comments: 1475


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Quote: Maxid
It looks like the Dodge's ABS has been disabled. Right at the 1:00 mark, you can see the front passenger's side wheel is already locked in place while the rear continues to spin. The difference in rotation speed should have engaged the ABS system well before we can see it. Once it gets turned around, you can clearly see the rear drivers' side wheel spinning while the front is locked up.

I don't know, man. I mean, even without ABS, when you break in a straight line, the car shouldn't start spinning.
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