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Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: The great NorthWet (Seattle)
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Find yourself a big empty lot to play in if possible and start testing the roundabout simulation limits. I pulled .97 of a g in some twisties in the rain, never getting above 65 mph and was rather shocked at just how well it handles in the rain. Yes it will hang the rear but only until the front kicks it straight. You just gotta find that comfort limit. Just remember to steer into it and have faith the front end is about to rescue you. LOL!
Troy built 2010 Jeep SRT8, Dings Racing forged 392 stroker, boost reference return style fuel system, Mondello heads & manifold, ARH 1 7/8" LT's, Off road midpipe, stock cat back exhaust, ATI 17% OD pulley, Stage 6 2-step, Fluidyne radiator, PP built Nag1, remote transmission cooler, PP Dom. TC., 6,500 PTCM, Wavetrac rear LSD.