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Old 06-14-2006, 10:26 PM   #1
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what does it mean when you brake and your tire decides to slide both ways. when i got in on a left turn my tire slides right or down shift the rear goes right as well!?!!? what should i do..... i have no clue at all.
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1. Braking in turn = bad

2. Downshifting to the point where your tire slides = too high rpms for that gear = bad
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You should have all of your braking and shifting completed before you enter the turn.
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first of all i dont brake into a turn. what i meant was when im in a turn it slides
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what does it mean when you brake and your tire decides to slide both ways. when i got in on a left turn my tire slides right or down shift the rear goes right as well!?!!? what should i do..... i have no clue at all.

means you broke the SOB!
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first of all i dont brake into a turn. what i meant was when im in a turn it slides
what type of tire do you have? and whats the psi?
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Old 06-25-2006, 11:43 PM   #12
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slow your down. hahaha jk nikka. downshift and tire slide= rpm too high. happen to me alot. you should already know bout that.
turning in slide= gravel on roads. even if u dont see it, it could still be there. another reason is tires not warm up or the part of tires that touch the ground while turing isnt warm up.
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