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Old 11-10-2018, 07:32 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by gonzzo View Post
from what I recall, every pound of rotational mass equals 10lbs of vehicle weight so, -28lbs on wheels is 280lbs of vehicle weight you just dropped.

I'm not a track guy and I have no personal experience, however, I did stay at a holyday inn.......

Have a good one!....
Depends on where the mass is... if weight is reduced closer to the wheel center, then the effect is not as much as reduction far from the center.
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