Originally Posted by ruggerheist
are your back wheels really lifting off the ground? i smell photoshop
Nope, the car has a wheelie bar that helps keep the front tires planted.
Now that you mention it, they do say that with a correct set up, as the slicks grow the back tires could lift off the track.
But they were talking about that happening at the top end when the wheel speed is high and the slicks grow.
I have more burnout pictures, I'll look closer to if any of them look that way.
None of the photo's are photo chopped, for one thing, I have no idea how to do that.
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