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Old 12-25-10, 08:30 PM   #16
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I thought 350 was stiff enought(In the garage ready to go in any warm day), but 400?. Are you plannin on drifting Bartledo?
lol No, everyone I hang with knows I'm about the grip, except on corner exits sometimes. I've gotten acclimated to the 325 rears and it is close to neutral (and safe), but with stock sway bars I believe 400 will be perfectly neutral and I have gotten used to the chassis enough to be comfortable with that. 350 will be good too. Either way the handling will be excellent. I just always crave a little more.
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