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Old 12-13-2012, 02:19 PM   #10
Sacal
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Joined: Jun 2010
Location: London, England
Oddometer: 132
6000 miles on Conti TA's so far (990A), autobahns, mountain twisties, the potholed roads of eastern Europe and some trail work thrown in for good measure. In the dry they behave very well, in the wet leaned over if you give it a handful they will slide and spin but always in a controllable and fun way when you learn to trust them The first time I got the rear spinning leaned over in the wet it happened in such a controlled way I actually though it was the clutch slipping! On dry trails they work well but be warned anywhere near wet mud. Definitely recommended for road work, don't forget that for road work it's not always how fast you can go but also how fast you can stop
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