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Just a quick question.
Is it true that the Redeye Widebody is way better handling/cornering than the demon and therefore outperforms the demon on a track or curvy road (handling wise)?

Thats about all i want to know. :)
 

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Springs, tires and BRAKES will indeed allow the REWB to better a Demon on a road course. It has the same engine, so the Demon in this case is at a disadvantage.
 

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Springs, tires and BRAKES will indeed allow the REWB to better a Demon on a road course.
Is this all the difference? So if you upgrade this stuff on a demon it would be equal to the REWB handling wise?
Does the REWB also have better cooling? Asking because the demon is specifically designed for the drag strip. :)
 

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So you would just have to upgrade the Springs, Tires and Brakes on the Demon to have REWB Handling?
If you did would the different suspension settings you can configure in the computer still work?
 

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if I remember right there is no “Track” option on the demon. It’s “Drag” and it softens up the rear quite a bit. so not just the hardware end of things but software too.
 

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Don’t attempt to make one of the best purpose built drag cars something else.
Sell it and buy a REWB and pocket the money for future brakes and tires when you road course the new car.
 

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Don’t attempt to make one of the best purpose built drag cars something else.
Sounds like a good idea.

Is the REWB a big improvement over the standard HCWB in terms of power, handling and tuning potential?
 

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If your going to tune it, a Hellcat Widebody will work and save some money.
 

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Don’t attempt to make one of the best purpose built drag cars something else.
Sell it and buy a REWB and pocket the money for future brakes and tires when you road course the new car.
Couldnt agree more. Dont ruin the Demon. Just buy the REWB. You cant modify a demon to be good at both dragstrip and road course. You will end up with a car that is good at neither
 
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