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Posted by chris on February 02, 2001 at 15:16:31:

In Reply to: Re: ASC?? I just did a 180 posted by S---K on February 01, 2001 at 23:39:43:

Porsche's have the engine behind the rear axle, it's behind the rear tires, the spare tire in our M3s aren't as far back as the porsche engines. That's what I think anyway.

You just have to be alert so you can catch it in time, if you feel any slide, throw the wheel to the other side a couple times pretty fast to try to get traction on the inside rear tire.

If it's already coming around, the best thing to do is put on the brakes or you're going to spin. Hopefully your momentum will keep you going the way you wanted to go instead of into a wall or something.

Try to give it less gas next time, or make sure your ready to countersteer!!


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