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      12-14-2020, 12:28 PM   #2
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Drives: 2021 M4 Comp
Join Date: Nov 2018
Location: Miami, FL

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There are many manufacturers of magnetic numbers out there, and I am not going to make a recommendation. One is probably as good as the next. I have been using them for about 2 years now, and find their convenience, and relative ease on your paint the way to go for me. I track my car 2 or 3 weekends per month year round so these are important considerations for me.

I just have one piece of advice for you. All manufacturers advertise that their magnetic numbers will adhere to your car at both high speeds, and in sloppy conditions. From personal experience, and many conversations with other users I can tell you with certainty that this is not so. You must tape these pads into place or you will soon lose one on track. It doesn't need to be an elaborate job. Use 3in. clear track tape (so they still look purty), and just put 4 pieces at 1,3,6,and 12 o'clock, and you will come home with them every time.
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