Originally Posted by rgirocz28
I gotta disagree with u there. I balance all my TC tires, especially the premounts. Who ever glues them up slops that sh!t on there in some areas. Hold ur TC up and pin the throttle and tell me your tires don't shake. Then balance them and repeat. That lack of wheel shake has gotta translate to more consisitent handling on the track. And if not, then i guess I'm just wasting my time. To me it's worth the time especially if u have the equipment ready.
Hey Ryan, I've never done it on my cars before but I've always been curious and I DO see some value in it, PARTICULARLY at slower speeds like VTA. Something I learned racing TCS a long time ago with can motor cars. The more smoothly you can make the car work, the less you have to compensate with other adjustments. I put more work into making a set of bearings work well than I care to admit.
So whats involved with balancing ?? What tools? etc ?