On Aug 23, 11:10 am, email@example.com wrote:
How about not hitting the gas so hard when you accelerate? Not being
a smart-ass, but that would be the first and most logical step. You
are after all driving a "race truck" shit load of power, zero ass end
In response to azwiley1 's post. I thought everyone should know:
you could try that suggestion or get someone with a front end loader to
dump a few cubic yards of gravel in the back.
seriously dont use the trottle like an on-off button, didnt work for me
with my old v10 (and i've got the tires to prove it)
I know I shouldn't but the timeing was too good to ignore.
The problem is is the intake and I'm sure the filter. That filter is making
soo much HP those tires can't handle it.
Seriously, by intake what do you mean? Just go light on the gas.
My copy only weighs about 25 oz. He'd need 64 books just to make up 100 lbs.
At over $19 per pound it wouldn't be a cost effective ballast material,
especially if you are basing the ballast requirement on wild guesses. He'd
be better off buying only one copy and reading it. Vehicle weight, CG,
transfer, balance, and weight distribution is covered in detail as well as
many other things. Even if he doesn't do anything about the wheelspin
problem it will help him understand why his problem exists. It might simply
be a weight balance problem. Or maybe it's a tire problem. Maybe it's a
frame issue. Maybe it's shocks. Maybe it's a broken sway-bar link. Maybe
it's a bad spring. Who knows what else might be wrong? I can't tell him
because I didn't inspect the vehicle. Did you?
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