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I just started racing at my local track and cant quiet figure out the best way for sharp corners. I have been running open knobby and always get the holeshot and can makeup time on the straights but lose alot on my corners. I have heard everything from locking up your rear breaks causing your ass in to slide around all the way to dont use your rear breaks at all and lots other ideas. I have tried these ways at the track but dont really know which is faster. Also it is an actual TT track/flat track so its hard packed dirt and is midrange tacky. Thanks!!
 

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I do a little TT racing on a Honda though. Get shorter shocks designed for TT to get the center of gravity down, an anti-sway bar to keep the front outside wheel from diving in turns and shorter swingarm for more rear traction and quicker turning.
 
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