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Old 02-16-2003, 12:40 PM   #1
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Is this neccessary, also is a comm cutter neccessary if i run modified??
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Is this neccessary, also is a comm cutter neccessary if i run modified??
I don't run modified..but I know that it would be a wise investment to get both.. especially that they go though brushes much faster than stocks

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I've been using a brush serrator since mid-summer of last year.

If you toss brushes in the garbage once the serrations are gone, then go for it. If you just run the brushes flat untill they puke and change colors, don't worry about it.
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i run mod sedan once in a while and i can say that a lathe and brush cutter are definately a neccesity if you want to run competitively, more so a lathe, a brush cutter is nice to have if you dont always change brushes after you true the comm.

for mod i usually true the comm after each run and change the brushes every 2 runs.
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