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Old 05-07-2012, 10:10 PM   #1
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Cobalt makes a sport pad in XR2 compound. I plan to use it on the fronts as well.

Does this sound like the best setup for a 1,950lb Miata with 232whp?
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Sounds good to me. I know you have a prop valve already, but that's an important part of the mix as well.

I like the Hawk DTC-60s a lot, but let me know how you like the XR2s.
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PM Bob Bundy. I believe he runs Cobalts and can be of help.
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