posted September 30, 2001 07:49 PM
we are considering going to this..since there are a couple of guys running on the dry slick and look like they are on a rail, every freaking lap and this track is like ice and winning..weve also noticed when they unload their car off the trailer they have absolutely no trouble at all turning the car around with a couple of guys turning it very easily and with the wheels turned all the way..anybody with posi traction knows if your turning your car around and you turn the wheels it takes a bulldozer to push it...any thoughts on this..thanks..
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posted October 02, 2001 12:18 PM They do make a car easier to turn on a tight track but weight distribution for a dry slick track is still the key irreguardless of the traction type you use. It all comes back to the same thing.