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post #13 of (permalink) Old 01-09-2006
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Originally Posted by sLiPpY
the thing is with the reverse, its never ever happened before, hoewever i do see the wheels slipping like you said, when i look at it in a reflection while reversing.

thing is, if i let the car sit for like 5 secs in reverse without touching the gas, and THEN accelerate, it seems not to do that huge bucking motion

and, i still cant figure out why its doing that while turning and accelerating.

my dad just put new tires on the car, but i really doubt that could cause a BAD thing like this

yeah, the stickier & warmer the tires, the more it happens, esp. in reverse. It'll do it sometimes going forward, but the lack of the quads make the 6 more susceptible than the GT.

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