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Old 05-13-2013, 01:41 PM   #16
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Old 05-13-2013, 02:18 PM   #17
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You mentioned this in the 417 thread, but I ran the hard raceberry back-to-back with the soft on low grip asphalt and did the same lap time. Different feel but I'm probably going to stick with the hard chassis for now. You need more than a couple of heats to understand the conversion, the setup is quite different to v5
Recall he had a couple of meetings with the conversion, while making changes, before trying the soft version.

Whichever version, it means paying out for an expensive TC, then at least half as much again for a conversion which puts BD7 parts on it.
That's a lot of expense.

Haven't (knowingly) seen a BD7 on asphalt yet.
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Haven't (knowingly) seen a BD7 on asphalt yet.
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