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  1. #17RaceTeam
    12-13-2015 01:43 PM
    #17RaceTeam
    Is the track paved or dirt?
  2. #17RaceTeam
    12-13-2015 01:30 PM
    #17RaceTeam
    You egg out the holes on the strut. I have a little on the left also but not as much. Theory is when the car leans into the turn the tire is flat in the track. Couple of other suggestions; try to angle the rear axel to get a little rear steer. These car push toward the wall bad in the turns. Angling the rear gets it to come around pointing the car in the right direction. Also put any weight under the front seat on the left, it will be best there. if your tranny isn't locked you need weight on the left front so it doesn't spin the tire in the turn.
    Best advice, take it home in one piece and running.
    Don't mean to overload you. I have two track championships here in pa. I don't think we would ever compete against each other and I don't mind helping someone till they pass me. Ha, ha. Check out Hummingbird speedway, you will see the car.
    Feel free to call and bench race, 814-345-5418
  3. Jette Racing
    12-12-2015 11:09 AM
    Jette Racing
    Thanks for your interest in my question Randy. We run at Rocky Mountain Raceway in Salt Lake City. My 16 yr old son is the driver and we are total rookies at racing, but he has a love for it, so into the deep end I dove, head first.
    I notice a lot of angle on the Right Front tire of the #17, how do you do that, it's allowed for us, but I don't know how.
    Honestly about all I know is to keep gas and fresh oil in the thing.

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