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DIY: Alloy And Metal Exterior Detailing

New vehicles certainly have less chrome, alloy, and various external metal surfaces than old cars do. That said, there's still plenty of cars with chrome detail trim and brushed alloy surfaces, not to mention (often expensive alloy wheels)...

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2008 Ford FPV Falcon range
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2008 Ford FPV Falcon range

Finally FPV has unveiled its all-new FG Falcon performance line-up, which includes the new GT-E luxury-performance model alongside the trademark GT and F6 variants. Further differentiating its performance credentials from the standard FG Falcon range, the Ford badge will not appear on new FPV models, instead featuring prominent FPV badging on the centre grille and boot lid...


HSV GTS with Magnetic Ride Control suspension (MRC)
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HSV GTS with Magnetic Ride Control suspension (MRC)

HSV GTS with Magnetic Ride Control suspension (MRC) “An outstanding innovation, which dramatically improves ride, handling and safety” HSV’s GTS accelerates from O-100km/h in less than five seconds. For that reason alone, it belongs to an elite club...


Mitsubishi's New S-AWC & Twin Clutch SST
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Mitsubishi's New S-AWC & Twin Clutch SST

The new Mitsubish Lancer Evolution X is nearly here and it was time we had a closer look at what Mitsubishi has changed and added to the latest and best Evolution. For those in the know, the Evo as well as the STi (and their more mundane variants) have for long employed All-Wheel-Drive systems which have helped give them their cult status...


What is understeer and oversteer?
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What is understeer and oversteer?

Oversteer generally refers to a car's tendency to lose grip at the rear wheels, around corners or when pushed hard. This results in the back end sliding out. Oversteer can be found easily in older rear-wheel-drive cars (such as Falcons and Commodores) when pushed hard around a bend or in the wet. Understeer is the opposite of oversteer and is generally more related to the front wheels...