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I need a Amateur Way to test the Max G Force of My Car LOL

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I already Have a slow car, is a Toyota Corolla S from 2005, and i get a little bit Scare when i take Corners at high speed. Well, I want to Buy another Car soon, so I want to Know a Trick or a Amateur test to look how much G can support the car

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On 10/3/2020 at 2:37 PM, JackCulito said:

I already Have a slow car, is a Toyota Corolla S from 2005, and i get a little bit Scare when i take Corners at high speed. Well, I want to Buy another Car soon, so I want to Know a Trick or a Amateur test to look how much G can support the car

Why not consider Toyota Corolla Altis? Corolla Altis's TNGA structure is sturdy and balanced. In addition, it comes with ABS and brake reinforcement. The body's suspension also has stabilizer bars and uses 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels, so the tires have strong grip, and you don't have to worry about high-speed corners.

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