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Old 03-20-2017, 02:30 AM   #2206
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Good to see this thread going live again.
I created a few weeks ago out of a lot of spare parts a "new" F103 specially for the wet races. I tried it last weekend first on full wet, and on next day on a cold dry track and in both circumstances the good old F103 out performed my modern Serpent SF2, with the same rubber compound (PitS)
Only issue on the full wet track was that I could not raise the front end over 5mm, what is a bit too low for the large puddles. So next time I have to adjust the front end and use F104 front tires.
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