560 HP too much through rear wheels? Best question your driving and stick to driver aids
yawn yawn yawn
Wake me up when he has finished , I have no idea how he can run a business and constantly post on here , I wish my daddy had left me with so much insyead he left me standing on my own 2 feet .
I had a silver 911 C4S. Great cars the Porsche's. Traded that in for an Audi RS6, also a great car, and now have the brand new F10 M5 4.4 V8 twin turbo in Silverstone silver. 560bhp and a monster. Scares the crap out of me. 0.60 in 4 secs with the kids, wife and luggage. The next M5 needs 4 wheel drive as even in the dry the back end fish tails. Too much power through the rear wheels. In the wet it is just suicidal to boot it.
There you go Tommy
Reach to the back of the cupboard, grab one of those socks stuffed full of cash and invest in here & then forget about it !...... Or take a chance on solo, you might even get a "gun metal" 911 in the end!
the predictable nature is the predictable frequency & the predictable rise before RNS's and the predictable fall afterwards.. come on you've been here long enough. I like LedZep am confident the next RNS will be positive but i'm more concerned about the following RNS. Tommy/Steve you need to take your own position on your investment instead of relying on posters who either come up with fantasy get rich quick fag packet calculations or the doom and gloomers that make out that the reality is you've been taken for a ride. I've made my own choice to stick here for 4-5 years regardless of what the outcome, that's my gamble and I've effectively written my investment off, if you can't afford to loose the money simply don't invest.
So what is the "predictable-nature " Nothing has been predictable with ATC upto now but Murhano or whatever was close when he said it would get to .12p but then again what did he know ?
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