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Old 07-07-2011, 07:52 PM  
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I actully find that a sniper or grid iron in super soft works best in wet conditions. They don't load up and over heat the clutch and motor. Yet they still yeild awesome traction.

Set your tune a hour or so rich. The excess mud will really cause you mill to heat up and towards the end of a run will start to lean out.

I liberally spray the whole underside of the car with WD40 and the mud falls right off and repells most of the water.

This OS what I did last time rain came in as a factor.
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