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FWD DSM runs 12s

My FWD DSM goes 12.99. These runs were on slicks But I couldnt launch the car very hard due to my 2-step setting to low (3500). The car has 12.60s in it with a hard launch (1.8 60') This run was a 2.1 60' 12.99 @ 109


 


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