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      10-10-2019, 01:12 PM   #34
Moflow
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Drives: 2020 M2C 6MT
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Interesting, in my month of ownership i've been impressed with how little wheelhop the car has.

Not that it has none, yesterday i floored it in first gear and got pretty nasty wheel hop instead of peeling out nice and smooth. But the ground was also wet here.

and in my 14 years of driving a very wheel hop prone car (350Z) in Seattle i can tell you guys that wet ground makes wheel hop much worse. It was impossible to do much of a burnout with that car in any sort of damp conditions without getting awful wheel hop. The same was true for my friend's 2006 GTO. Horrible wheel hop in the wet. The only solution for either car was to crank that wheel and turn your burnout into a drift. No wheel hop when you're drifting! (but also, hopefully you planned to do your burnout in an open parking lot or something...)