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Old 07-19-2004, 06:51 PM   #1
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Default NTC3 One way or Diff?

A couple weekends back I took my new NTC3 down to the Den to try out. The car is totaly stock FT Ntc3 with the verson 2 rear end. My question is how do you drive a one way? I felt like I never had enough brakes. I was overshooting corners and really burning up the rear tires. So I slowed down some and it seemed like I was coasting alot. Any advice would help Thanks

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Well the brakes you lose when you use a one-way. I used a one-way in my NTC3. If you have the rest of the car set up then the one-way will give you alot of steering. I was able to come into a corner on the gas more, and still cut the corner close and fast. Try using like quarter throttle through turns, it helped me to get through a little. Once you get used to it, you'll like it alot more.

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