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Unread 11th February 2018, 06:43 AM
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from my last fun in local forest tracks





those kinda tracks are good as they show weak spots on your car or too low spots or badly positioned ones and such...as no need to change something if its good enough for places you go .
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Unread 11th February 2018, 06:42 PM
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scalman that mud looks thick! What were you aired down to?
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Unread 12th February 2018, 05:57 AM
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i didn't air down. i always forget to. im riding at about 2,3 bar as daily driving and offroading. and i think my tires still pretty soft at that point. yet i never got stuck because didn't aired down. there i got stuck because went too deep on one side. so car just hang on middle. forgot what eng term for that is called. those tires just have too much grip anyway, when i got stuck those tires that was in mud just didn't turned, and im happy that they didn't or i would snap CV or something if they would be forced try to spin i think. with those tires first thing that will give up will be engine torque.
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Main and best reason why i chose subaru why i chose outback and why VDC models can make miracles

It takes just little time for system to figure out what to do and how get grip and car just goes forward.
With vdc off its just spins those free wheels and goes nowhere.
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Yes VDC is very good!!
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