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Old 08-19-2005, 06:32 AM   #1
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Default What GT-7 Profile to use with a 19T?

I've learned to use the oval profile with the GT-7 for stock, I'm gonna run 19t for the first time and was wondering what profile to use for 19t.

Also, what is a good brake setting to use.

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Use profiles between 3-6. If its slippery for example, i would use 3 or 4. another instance i would use 3 or 4 is if i find my comm or brushes burn up too much after one run, i would lower it down to 3 or 4. Otherwise i would use 5-6 because i like max punch.

edit: this is for touring car racing
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