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Old 10-19-2004, 08:38 PM   #1
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what tires should u dope up if u are running on a flat oval and then on a banked oval? i did all 4 on my tc3 and it seems to slow way down when i went into a turn. thanks
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bump does anyone know the answer or have any opinions?
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probably because your current setup was to soft...if you put additive on to it will take away even more corner speed.

try stiffening the whole car up by moving the shocks outwards on the shock tower, or changing the springs...or something.
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