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Old 08-08-2005, 07:21 PM   #46
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Its 140x70, sealed, smooth, med/high traction. Tosso said it has more traction than most CA tracks.

Layouts are generally flowing with a long straight and one or two tight sections. Fast Mod guys are turning low 12's, 19T high 12's to low 13's, and stock is turning high 13's.
what about the humidity? some brushes will suffer in high humidity...thanks for the info Adrian...toso has some good info if you ask....
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what about the humidity? some brushes will suffer in high humidity...thanks for the info Adrian...toso has some good info if you ask....
It is really humid....always...lol!

Didn't have to ask Tosso. He was in our pits the whole time asking PW how to make his car faster
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