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Thread: De-box for winter?

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    Default De-box for winter?

    Was driving home from work this morning and there was only a very small frost, but even then the wheels where spinning up everywhere with little throttle

    Got me toying with the idea, shall I remove my tuning box for the winter? Will reduce my chances of losing it as throttle response will be a little more sluggish so less chance of spinning wheels

    What are your thoughts?

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    I'd take the lead shoe off & wear a slipper

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    maybe you need new /better tyres

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcosuk View Post
    I'd take the lead shoe off & wear a slipper
    lol, i dont have that much of a lead foot tbh

    Quote Originally Posted by gregc View Post
    maybe you need new /better tyres
    tyres are fine, and in dry/damp conditions still grip very well

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    i have same prop m8 i like it wish the big "T" would stop working and be even more fun lol but i can stop it take the lead out my boots lol but nar m8 leave it on just dont thrash it everywhere...........the power of the diesel ah

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    Just leave it on and go easy with the lead welly

    No doubt your tc will be working overtime anyway

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