Re: Nitto drag radials.
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Re: Nitto drag radials.



Lyle, I think it is a combination of both...................MO

On Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at 7:48:46 AM UTC-5, carv...@xxxxxxx wrote:
Hi Steve,

Just guessing here, but maybe it's more an issue of the pinion angle changing due to spring wrap up than suspension travel??

Best regards,
Lyle

On Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 1:32:12 AM UTC-4, MO wrote:
 Out cruising today , thought I would see how the traction is. Launched at about 3000 RPM , Little to no tire spin, heard a "klunck" i never heard before,( hoping that was the pinion snubber)  and a  bog I have never had with the old low traction tires.  I didn't try it again, but looks like the Holley is going to need some tuning.   No tire spin on a second gear 4500 RPM shift.  I am impressed with these tires..........................MO

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