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      11-16-2012, 10:06 AM   #6
giorgioarmani
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Originally Posted by Rossifumi View Post
I don't think that run flats would perform so much better.

If you have a good studless tire the rubber at the surface is so soft the you can move it with your finger. Imagine then the torque and power of the car accelerating. Of course the car thinks that something is slipping.
any idea why this is only happening on the highway though? in town and even on the onramp i can rape it as much as i want the onramp is same surface as the highway for the most part im assuming so its strange...but again a safety thing from bmw we give you dsc and runflats but if you put on a better tire that is safer you DSC wont comply. ...?
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