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relocation bracket install question

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    relocation bracket install question

    What are the differences in the holes for the install? I heard if you install using one hole, the car is more set up for launching, and another hole is for everyday daily driving... Anyone know?

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    Using the bottom holes changes your instant center and is supposed to increase traction at the line. The top hole is the "stock" location.

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