[/quote]Originally posted by 1 BAD KITTY@Oct 5 2005, 11:52 AM
And by the way i LOVE bein this young, cause the older guys just think im young i dont know nothin, but they have no idea how much a young person like myself can actually know about this sport. Ive been doin all my life. So just because im young dont underestimate, cause itll come back to haunt u some day when u line it up on the line with just some young kid. Cause that young kid could be the one too kick your butt in a race, usin a sled he built and tuned. Just a thought that i wanted too share with all the older guys out there. I respect the old guys but i think the old guys should show more respect for the young guys on this site.
[/quote]Originally posted by 1 BAD KITTY@Oct 5 2005, 12:46 PM
I dont just blurt things out that i have no idea about. Ive seen it, ive tested it out myself, and other guys are doin it also, so trust me i know what im talin about when i say this. 170 is basicly alot of weight u dont need, i only race 1000ft runs so top end means nothin to me, its all in how fast i can complete that 1000ft, i could care less about speed, but to all u guys who think 140 or 170 studs is the way to go, its realy not. All u need is about 100, measured .75 too 1 inch longer than your lug. And dont worry u wont hit your rad with these long studs, its been tested and proven all ready. Just go out and try this method before u blow all this money on 17o studs. If u find it dosnt work for u then add more, but if u do it right u will be very pleased. With 170 u only sratch the suface of the ice, with using 96 and a longer stud u actually pentrate the ice, there for u come out alot stronger, and trust me, in 660 or thousand foot run u either win or loose off line. So what would u rather doo?