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Old 04-12-2005, 10:45 AM   #1
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ok, at last post we agreed a rear one way would not work cus it would lock up on power, so i took the one way bearing out of the oneway pully and flipped it, now i havnt test it at the track yet, but around my oval drive way and my r&d testing facility ( i have a 170' paved road course in my back yard) it certainly kept the car straight under full brake, and partial brake as well, almost to straight. i even tried to do a 180' turn and just couldnt flip it around, now im wondering will this hurt me more in other areas?
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