posted December 25, 2001 02:12 AM
ok guys what is the best most forgiving starter chassis. i have been racing for about seven years and i am looking at getting into a late model in the next year or so. want one that would be consistant so i can learn to drive it. like i told the other guys i don't expect to win my first year out( although i will try). i just need to get as much seat time as i can. so it needs to be a chassis that is dependable and forgiving. thanks for any help you guys can give. WILDCAT
Donnie Ross Dirt Freak
Total posts: 264
posted December 25, 2001 06:10 AM
Rayburn,a mono leaf will be easier to set up more forgiving but probably not as fast overall as a bar car
Flat tire Dirt Roller
Total posts: 6
posted January 01, 2002 07:49 PM
I would with a 4 bar car . If u are going to race latemodal u meed to know these car. A Mastersbilt cambo is easy to work with . O by the way got one for sall.
ScottGreer Dirt Forum Racer
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posted January 02, 2002 11:06 PM
I would say get one that is common in your area. One that is going to be easy to get your questions answered. GRTs are nice, and so are Mastersbilt. Ask 10 guys and you will get 10 different anwsers. Find what is winning and try to copy that.