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Went to the track and as we all know the car does not wanna hook up for sh** off the line. I can only launch at 1700 rpm max, before the wheels spin. What size and what do you think about radials.
 

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Went to the track and as we all know the car does not wanna hook up for sh** off the line. I can only launch at 1700 rpm max, before the wheels spin. What size and what do you think about radials.
What track did you go to? I'm kinda familiar with Cecil County if that's the one. I'm actually planning to head up there in the near future to see how the F does compared to my runs at MIR.
 

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Drag Radials do wonders to traction. I do not recommend them for street driving, but they work nicely on the track. Going to be a little difficult finding a 19" drag radial I think..

Ive used Nitto's, BF's, and MT's, and in my opinion, if your looking for a nice balalnce of street and track, go with the Nitto's. The MT's and BF hook better at the track imo...

Good Luck
 
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