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Old 03-30-2009, 08:01 PM   #1
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Default NOVAK GTB VS. NOVAK SLYDR

Are they the same or is there a noticeable on track difference. Opinions?????
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Yes, definatly a noticable difference. The Slyder is much smoother in accelleration and even braking. The profiles are different too.

I recomend the Slyder over the GTB, in any class... On or Off Road, 2 or 4WD.

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Slydr has alot more adjustments than the GTB!
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