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Hoosiers (was: To lock or not to lock)
email@example.com (Jeffrey J. Goggin) wrote:
>Both myself and my co-driver have tested the car with the diff locked
>unlocked and it is consistently .5 to .6 seconds quicker on a 50-60
>course with the diff locked. In fact, since my Ur-Q will lift the
>rear tire 2" off the ground using Hoosier bias-ply tires, you end up
>one-wheel drive car if you don't!
No one locally is using Hoosier bias-ply. Looking for more
info on them. I'm getting a deal on a set of 225/50R15
which is too good to pass up. These are the Street TDs. Is
this what you're running? I want to use these for autox and
keep my BFG R1 for track. I heard they were designed
for vintage racing!? Do they feel squirmy on the street?
Do they warm up quickly enough for autox?
Steve Jagernauth firstname.lastname@example.org
'87 5ktqw - 1.8 bar, H&R/Boge soon
87 5kt (FOR SALE), '88 5ks, 91CQ
'88 Suburban - tow vehicle
'74 911/3.0 autox/track