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Old 01-03-2009, 03:38 PM   #91
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i'm confused how dropping minimum weight makes cars more durable? yes they have less momentum but manufactures will just take more material out of the car which probably leads to more breaking and bending, tweaking?

wouldn't a better way to make cars break less be to slow them down, so that lets say 10.5 and mod foam can actually be a lap apart, or have more than 1/2 the mod cars finish a qual.

I guess that's a good thing if you want to sell parts.

I would also love it if xray would make bulkheads for every brand of car.
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