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Old 02-12-2014, 10:23 PM   #1
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does any1 know?

Hi, does anyone knows how to race with automatic without burning tires at the start and left behind and without hurting the transmission? What's best tired to get for daily driving and on the track? tires that drivable all seasons thank you
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There are no tires that are good for daily/track/all season. I have Toyo proxes and they hook great at the track, as well on the street. Wet conditions they aren't horrible I mean don't screw around in the rain, drive normal and you will be fine. Snow haha, I've done it only because it's all I had at the time. Drag radials are nice because you can DD them and take to the track however in bad weather they aren't too safe. I love these tires they hook great even on stock suspension I got lots of new parts to come so I will hook even better.
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Old 02-13-2014, 12:33 AM   #3
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What's your opinion on those?
http://www.americanmuscle.com/nitto-...275-40-17.html
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Cuz when ever i race with some1 I alway left behind spinning for couple second be4 I take off which is sucks cuz once u win the race and all they have to say is " I beat u in the beginning" lol
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You just have to find that sweet spot in the throttle where you don't spin but take off quickly


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Any idea on automatic? Lol
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Any idea on automatic? Lol

That is for an auto I have one too


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what's the sweet spot? Lol
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what's the sweet spot? Lol

Somewhere between your foot off the pedal and the pedal on the floor

Idk dude it's your car go drive around and try to find it lol


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First m not a dude second If I knew or had find out I wouldn't be asking here ( don't take me the wrong way) lol

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But thx tho
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First m not a dude second If I knew or had find out I wouldn't be asking here ( don't take me the wrong way) lol

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But thx tho

Like when waiting for a green light, instead of flooring the gas pedal, maybe try going halfway down... If it still spins than go a little higher next time. Like that..


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Got it thank you
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Old 02-13-2014, 01:24 AM   #13
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nitto nt555 275/40 18" I can nearly smash the pedal down and hardly spin not to bad in the rain ....forget the snow.......
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I live in Californian where never snow lol and thx I will look those up
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lucky for you I live in Illinois and my baby has been sleeping under a car cover in a dark garage since November ......got those tires from American muscle.com and couldn't be happier with them
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The nitro 555 is an all around high performance tire, you will hook good on streets and track will be okay. I would run a drag radial. And don't be street racing you'll learn your lesson before its too late. I used to do it not i don't after a run in with the 5oh luckily he said to stop and drove off.
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My all season tires always get grip at the track. Just warm them up (with traction control off), stage (turn traction control back off), hold the brake and build it up to 2500-3000 RPM, then hit the gas. If you want to you could try manually shifting it.
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