(96 studs will never lose more than 2 mph, even on that sled) You have other problems if this truly happened. Was this verified with radar? Your track usually has to be loosened a little because of studding. Maybe your stud pattern was not balanced and track alignment is off, or type of stud fastener is not sunk into track flushlike on inside, and is rubbing on drivers, wheels, or hifax. Also recheck tunnel for stud clearance. Good luck.
I've only noticed a 2-3 mph difference but i'll take that over no studs any day of the week.If studs keep you from a crash once i figure they have paid for themself.Figure a $400-$500 insurance deductable or that in parts alone from a minor crash and that is the price on the studs.
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