I've found very little tramp problem. It doesn't jump and squirm everywhere, just getting slightly sideways unless you yank the steering wheel. You can get great powerslides in the wet (and in the dry!!) but usually in the dry, unless you drop the clutch with more than 2 grand revs, it won't loose traction until about 4ish thousand revs. But once you hit that, you've already gotta change. Second and third gears are awesome too. Thats all for a Turbo by the way.
MKII XR8 Ute, Shockwave, Sports Bars, Premium Sound, Sports Wheel, Exhaust, Cold Air intake
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