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Old 01-29-2008, 01:29 PM   #16
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Truggies are (in general) faster AND easier to drive than buggies. (they have tons of traction, unlike the buggies.)
umm...for me its the complete opposite, the truggys at my track slide a
lot around the sharp(ish) corners and the buggys seem to keep traction
a lot better around those same corners.

and at most tracks where i live at the buggys have better lap times.
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umm...for me its the complete opposite, the truggys at my track slide a
lot around the sharp(ish) corners and the buggys seem to keep traction
a lot better around those same corners.

and at most tracks where i live at the buggys have better lap times.
i guess on low traction surfaces a lighter vehicle will make it round better. setup and tyres have alot to do with it too.
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