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Old 08-26-2008, 11:44 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by wrxnfx View Post
Too much traction with the 18R does create some issues with traction roll. We run on carpet and the stock tires seem to be the tire of choice until it wears down too much. I run both the AE foams and the 3Racing rubber tires which both seem to provide a little more traction than needed which usually results in traction roll. I just adjust my driving style to try to compensate for the traction roll. The stock 18R tires are kind of pricey for what they are and the short wear of the tire. Just my two cents!
you can set the car up to not traction roll, like i said earlier ca on the fronts usually does the trick, if not there are many other things you can do (pm me if intrested
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