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Old 05-04-2010, 02:28 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by cooleyjb View Post
Those howling noises aren't the 'working' noise so much as the vibration from being light on the brake pedal. It's easy to tell when he's in the one or two solid brake zones as he is getting on and coming off the brakes the howl occurs but in the heavy braking portion it's quiet. Lots of light brake pressure spots in that course for the way he was driving that car.
I have to give props to tarzan getting out there with no pads, i told him to do the best he could without risking it.. and he made it happen for us.. I wanted to turn up the boost about 2psi to give him some more speed, my tuner objected saying he would have to even brake earlier..Then he changed his mind and turned it up right before the grid
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