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Old 07-20-2003, 08:11 PM   #1
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i race against tc3 and evo 3's at my track and i was just woundering could i get some feed back from all the drivers with these cars and how do they compete with the T1R and each other(in 540 and stock)

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Between all three I like my t1r best.Really responds to setups and is easy to drive agressively.Evo3 and tc3 are definately excellent choices,but for my driving style,I like my t1r.With th 1.77 pullies,it accelerates as hard as a shaft car any day.Hope this helps a little.
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what if i were to comvert my car to front wheel drive becasue at my track we have 2wd and 4wd nights would the t1r still have its excellation. and how should i convert it to 2wd(take the diff out,take off the belt or both?)

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Well, what type of car do you have?
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at the moment i have a pro 3 but i am trying to sell it. i take the front one way out and then put the back diff in and take the back belt off and take the drive shafts off. but i just want tto know if this can be done with the T1R. and will the T1R still have its great performanc with it being 2wd?
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