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Old 04-23-2006, 04:17 PM   #16
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Old 04-23-2006, 04:19 PM   #17
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It's more comparable to a one way than a spool. It will turn in like a one way, might have a hair less steering in the middle of the corner as one of the front tires scrubs, then come off the corner like a spool.
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Exactly it still freewheels offpower

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i tried it on my xray and really didnt like it.it has a little bit of a push off throttle and you cant use brakes.it spins out like a oneway.i decided if i want to run a oneway,run a oneway.if i wanna run a spool,run a spool.the in between always slowed my lap times down.the benefit i found with the oneway is that you scrub less speed in the corners than a spool.with the spool i can drive more aggressive and comfortable.a oneway takes alot of disipline to drive and be comfortable with.especially in traffic.i find a spool to work better for me in 19 turn and mod and a oneway in stock.just my .02
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