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Old 09-28-2008, 06:43 PM   #4
trailranger
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Originally Posted by steve eaves View Post
Hey Josh i have talked to matt about this he wont budge,that is just about all we run is rubber sedan,i have not seen any more wear than normal,i think if he would ease up h migth pull in some more racers.
I tried tell them that normal club racers want rubber. Rubber tires avoid the dymanic setup changes caused from foam tires changing ride height. Most club racers just want to put laps in, not spend money. If racers do not constantly adjust their car to the changing tires, the car can become a danger to the carpet by snagging or cutting.

My other point that I tried to convey is that the motor dictates the carpet wear, not the tires. Increase the horsepower, increase the wear.
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