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Old 09-04-2003, 01:09   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys just want a lil info on what the ED XR6 manuals r like? any good? my 'cus is lookin at gettin 1, hopefully it doesnt smoke my ef xr6 auto though, lil bastard! thanx guys
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yeah mate they are pretty sweet cars my brother has one and its very nice. i reckon he will smoke your ef xr6
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I owned one for about 3 years, great car, and quicker than the EF XR8 5spd that replaced it. The EF is a more refined car, however.

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I have a EBII XR6 manual. It has been an excellent car. Pretty economical for the type of car and will easily out run any N/A 6 cylinder Falcon or Commodore.

However the EF's or ED in auto form are much more refined and may be a better daily driver as there is no HEAVY clutch.
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hey guys just want a lil info on what the ED XR6 manuals r like? any good? my 'cus is lookin at gettin 1, hopefully it doesnt smoke my ef xr6 auto though, lil bastard! thanx guys
Um sorry, it probably will.

I've had mine for 5 years, has been a very reliable car, clutch every 90000k, not bad on fuel either.
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