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National Express`s Elite`s Mr. Green
Post 08 Nov 2010 01:50 pm
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EA711 wrote:
B7RLEs: They are just ok, not bad or good IMO. However I am interested why you like em ECW?

I don't dislike them, I just don't like them. They're boring. No character like the old ones and it's a 'spongy' ride if you know what I mean. Shocked

EA711 wrote:
An Alexander PS B10M-55 has got to be my favorite, beastly growl. Drool

Now we're talking. Thumbs Up
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Loads of power which is good for around here, it's a full sized bus we can actually have because of the awesometastic steering lock, surprisingly good as a longer distance bus, sticks well to the road (trust me on that one, can chuck it into corners on country roads at 56mph no problem Mr. Green), can have all the gizmos you'd want from a service bus and that we need, and best of all what I suspect to be a go faster switch Mr. Green

It's ideal for us (except the length makes it tricky but need the capacity for the route they do at certain times of day)...

Although you wouldn't exactly think "ideal" when you see the bodywork.
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