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VHT works for slicks, but if you're running ... (archive)

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Posted by ///Shag3 on January 06, 2000 at 10:33:35:

In Reply to: hey carlos, that's neat. after the bracket (mor posted by tampaturbom3 on January 06, 2000 at 07:37:11:

running your stock wheels then it doesn't help. Like if you're running with slicks you wanna do a big burnout to warm up the tires and VHT, but with stock wheels I think it actually is a little slicker for you. If you got some slicks you probably would see better times, that or a broke cv joint. (hopefully not)

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