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Old 02-22-2007, 08:16 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Jumpship
I wonder why many racers use overdrive with split on tires on sedan cars like mugens kyosho serpents etc...

Please i want to know if someone can explaine me if i am wrong or what the advantages of overdrive????

Why do you ask for help on something that you are an EXPERT on, and post question (asking the topic to be explained), and when people tried to HELP and explain, you try to prove them wrong. To top it off, you have to say " i can say for sure you will have more equal car balance instead using overdrive because using overdrive you will have overdrive after a few minutes and a lot overdrive after this
I can say it for sure because I race for 15years and the car that I won many nitro 1/10 nationals on my country do not use(has) optional overdrive
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