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post #11 of (permalink) Old 12-05-2015
Norm Peterson
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The FRPP tune might be a little easier to drive at those rpms. But there are other things you can do.


Let the space between you and the car ahead "rubberband" a little and you'll end up being able to use just the throttle to control your speed more of the time.

Question - do you perhaps mean 2200 in 4th as opposed to 1800 in 5th? There's 10 mph difference between 1800 in 5th and 2200 in 5th and the difference in speed (40-ish vs 50-ish) doesn't sound like the question you want answered.

Are you at all opposed to running slightly shorter tires, say, something like 265/40-18?


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