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    Default Too much curb...?

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    This is a new definition of “four wheels off” the track! The traditional definition has caused more than one track day driver to have to come in for a chat (or at least one driver I can think of, offhand....). Croc, I don’t think you have you ever witnessed me doing this version of four wheels off(probably because the curbs at NJMP are not that steep).
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    Its Shane!!!!!
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    When it comes down, you better have your back off the seat, like "posting a trot" as we used to say with horses and motorcycles.

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    Wow - that is some serious air. Must have hurt on landing.

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    Trim the ride height 9" inches up and he'll be golden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Croc View Post
    Its Shane!!!!!
    LOL! I knew that was coming!!!! I just knew it!
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