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    20lbs off your wheels, can you feel it on track?

    I'm looking at a set of wheels strictly for track use; will save 20lbs off factory wheels.

    Was curious folks have dropped wheel weight can feel it on the track.


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    Re: 20lbs off your wheels, can you feel it on track?

    Absolutely will feel...better yet 20#s per wheel...

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    Yup, esp. on acceleration

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    Much better acceleration and braking.

    It has the same effect as a lightweight flywheel. Less weight to start and stop spinning. In Club Racing, some people use Hoosiers for their stickyness but also for their lighweight. It really makes a car accelerate quicker.

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