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Old 12-03-2017, 12:10 AM
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Congratulations on the purchase! Sounds like this thread worked out all the way around!
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Old 12-05-2017, 11:55 AM
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i often wonder what other people's car drives like...i have an era and wonder how it compares to kirkham, superformance, etc.
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Old 12-06-2017, 01:43 PM
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Having an early Superformance "learner" 427 Cobra (#369), and having driven and ridden in ERA 427s, I can tell you there is no comparison--the ERA rides, handles, and drives like a modern sports car. The Superformance is fun, but it rides rougher and has a little bump steer. The ERAs (in my limited experience) are in a whole other league.
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Having an early Superformance "learner" 427 Cobra (#369), and having driven and ridden in ERA 427s, I can tell you there is no comparison--the ERA rides, handles, and drives like a modern sports car. The Superformance is fun, but it rides rougher and has a little bump steer. The ERAs (in my limited experience) are in a whole other league.
Thats what I noticed between Davids two cars. Pretty obvious right off the bat how well it was setup. Basically the ERA drove like my Lotus (on not super windy roads anyway I'll give it that)

I learnt a lot building my Lotus 7 and then going though all the changes to get it to handle right. I will go through this with the Shell Valley and see what I can make it do. Should be fun.

Id like an ERA but thats not going to happen.
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