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Old 04-25-2013, 01:17 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by GABRIEL View Post
What ever peter and rob said. Sliding is bad. It is a loss of traction and a loss of acceleration.
It must be bad for everyone except Mike (10mm), he sure has a load of podiums on his piece of honda in the expert classes with that rear brake sliding move he does.
It might be bad for me it, if i could ever figure out how to do it, but now that i have front brakes that work I have abandoned the effort.
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