If you ask me need for speed pro street is more of a challenge type game and need for speed shift is a aggressive racing game
No. Need for Speed: II (released in Japan as Over Drivin' II) and Need for Speed: ProStreet Both portray legal racing.p.s. There might be more street legal Need for speed games but i no longer follow the series.
Top speed is about 100 mph... unfortunately that would be freefall out of an airplane. on the street you can get about 86-88mph in an automatic and slightly more with a 5 speed.
add more vinals and tune up your cars appearance
More carbon than WHAT ?
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need for speed most wanted is way harder and last much longer then nfs carbon. in most wanted you have to do lots of car chases and carbon you don't have to do any.
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Nitrogen is more electronegative than carbon.
Carbon-14 because it has 2 more neutrons.
a sidewalk it is going slower and more careful, it's not as rough around the edges and it has breaks in it, so you feel sorry for it. but a street has a need for speed and doesn't care as much about what others have to say.
Carbon - 14 has two more electrons than carbon - 12.