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post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by SP Wild View Post
less tread depth = less tyre squirm = sharper handling dynamics. Racing cars under road tyre rules will always buff away at the tread ie, accelerate wear, before racing.

All mechaical components benefit from "burn in" or "bedding in"

Not sure about electronics though.
Gears, bearings, engines, etc.?
post #17 of 17
Yep yep. Our minds become accustomed to how the music sounds and we start to listen to the music rather that he equipment. Because we are listening to the same songs with different equipment, we can discern the differences between "before" and "now".
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