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jammin
Dirt Administrator

Total posts: 6243
posted November 17, 2001 02:17 PM  
Well Jamin, first of all we are out numbered 20-1. And when we do share information we are lying out our butts..lol

3dirtLm
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 43
posted November 24, 2001 10:16 PM  
Theres another reason 90% of us have been though all the other classes, (hobbies street stocks modifieds) and have already asked the questions and learned the answers. After a point very little changes in racing other than the cost, the principles and the physics remain the same. So we just ask fewer questions.

jammin
Dirt Administrator

Total posts: 6243
posted November 24, 2001 10:25 PM  
jammin -- if these guys don't want to talk, lets get Claude Rouelle to participate here.
Might bust the budget for you though!

If you don't mind check out this site.......www.motec.com.au/training.htm
I for one would like to attend. Life is in the way though............LOL! I think even old LM guys could learn something there...

[This message has been edited by Moving Chicane (edited November 26, 2001).]

old racer
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 112
posted December 01, 2001 12:25 AM  
Late models are not nearly as hard to hook up. Most of these guys have been around the block more than once. It is very hard to gain a distinct advantage in the chassis area with the caliber of most cars. They probably see no reason to give away any advantage they have discovered. Late models are in a small world comparitively speaking. They will argue about the best chassis and motor builders but they don't trade much to outsiders.

Pickles
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 154
posted January 03, 2002 07:31 PM  
Re: MOTEC site. Primarily for formula 1 engineers and other asphalt racing. You need a good background in mathmatics.

Pickles
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 154
posted January 03, 2002 07:37 PM  
Re: MOTEC site. Primarily for formula 1 engineers and other asphalt racing. You need a good background in mathmatics. Also be willing to buy an Electronic Control Unit with sensors for the car.

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