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 Project handling: Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta 
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Tires are on the car, they are bit thinner than the BFG KD tires, which I don't mind as they now look like they belong there even more. Grip wise is much nicer on launch (but its new too so...) Cornering is a whole new story, I don't think I've ever had this on rails feeling like I do right now. I was in south Ottawa on twisty type roads and it was just comfortable on them at decent speed like curves were straight lines...

I also really missed having decent tires on the car again. I'm having troubles breaking loose after launch, I floor it after the initial bite and can't break traction, mind you its 28C right now and the roads are warm, but I don't think I gripped this much even with new BFG KD tires. The watt's link combined with SFC's and poly/rod end LCA's along setup correctly now has the car really BITE. Even on idle launch it was hesitating to break loose. The tires were fighting the engine. 10 bolt may go soon...

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