Originally Posted by Rzeppa
I agree with what Dave said about tire diameter and inflation. I do a 5 tire rotation so if I get a flat (it has happened on 2 trail runs in the last 15 years) all my tires have the same wear. And you want to keep those rears inflated to withing 1/2PSI of each other.
Instead of putting in the clutch on roundabouts, I get better results from slight throttle, just above idle.
That works too, just enough throttle to keep the locker locked with the mild risk of some tire scrub. You do get some confused looks when the mighty 22R-E tries to smoke 'em accelerating through a turn, though!
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