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Old 06-29-2003, 11:06 PM   #16
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well, i usually brake at the end of the straightaway..

but, my track is quite tight, so it is necessary

adjust the brakes so the car will not "wobble"out of shape then it will be cool.
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Old 06-29-2003, 11:07 PM   #17
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Originally posted by TSR6
Whatever floats your boat I 'spose.

Personally, I like having the option of using the brakes should a car, track, marshall, or other object cross my path. Even if I should spin the car with the one-way, It's often better than slamming into the ''object'' and breaking crap. jmho
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Originally posted by TSR6
To avoid someone crashing in front of you? ... maybe... I mean, if you want to, don't hit the brakes and hit him, no loss to me.
I would rather not hit a driver that crashes in front of me. If I can, and if time allows me, I will avoid anybody that crashes in front of me. I guess Im just use to not using my breaks with a front one-way or a front diff.

Eddy: Thats pretty kewl. I might have to try that
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