A Guide To Most Distance Mechanics
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> Laser Boosting

 Laser boosting is a tactic rarely seen or talked about, but it exists nonetheless. It involves the use of a laser to cut the car in such a way that it actually drives slightly faster on the road. Of all the special boost tricks, I admit I know the least about this one. What I do know, though, is that a cut to the front of the car that removes one of the front wheels and makes the car point downward a bit usually ends up making the car go faster on the road, and cuts to the back of the car, which usually make the car tilt up a bit, slow the car down. You don't want the cut to cut off too much of the front though, or I think it won't end up being faster. This is a screenshot of what I think a good cut looks like:

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