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  1. #11
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    Double post
    Last edited by cobracol; 25-01-14 at 02:07 PM.

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    If the rears get very hot on track the bias front to rear needs altering i thing you actually need less rear on track than road, on motorcycles you hardly use any rear on track at all for slowing when you work front and rear yourself, wasnt long ago they used to use drum brakes on the rear on certain performance cars .

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    Thanks for the info guys, much appreciated, maybe it is not such an issue - have to try one and see! Thought haring out of Craner Curves into the Old Hairpin something to slow down with would fell good! I like the idea of scoops, have to look into that more. And yes will be looking at the fonrt brakes too, maybe a balance bar could prove useful.

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