The 1660 (including super and ti variants) would definitely make for an excellent cost-effective upgrade to add a few more years of life to your setup since the rest of those specs are still pretty good by 2020 standards. I just stuck one of these in my recently-completed racing sim setup and my initial Forza 7… Read more
Dassai (39 or 50 Junmai Daiginjo) has been one of our regular go-tos, though it might not quite fit here, being a not-quite-budget ($40-60 / 720ml) option that is semi-sweet.
Foolish me for thinking in this day and age of being able to pull off a proper Tony Hawk remaster that EA was going to put some effort in to reviving one of the PS1 or PS2 Hot Pursuit titles. EA’s racing franchises have felt phoned-in for years, so I guess this is nothing new.
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More channel nuts and M6/M8 bolts than you can shake an allen wrench at.
On the question of power, I feel somewhat strongly that there are rapidly diminishing returns past the 250-300HP mark in most average-sized vehicles, with 200-250 being plenty of fun on a day-to-day basis (or less as the weight goes down). To me, high horsepower vehicles, while entertaining for a moment, start to blow… Read more
This is probably the best one so far.
Just flare the rear arches a bit and I’m 100% on board with this.