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Author Topic:   Basic Chassis setups
jmvsmv
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posted June 05, 2003 12:01 AM
steve smith has a good book he has an add in most circle track issues


racer17j
Member
posted June 05, 2003 08:13 PM
welcome to the forum realy this is the best info your going to find. those books are good also but take into consideration when they where written and how much stuff has changed since then seams like every day somebody comes out with a hot new setup and when it comes to mods now a days tech is the key to running up front. not sure about your b mods but here we have pretty new stuff even tho it was designed not to be that way


jmvsmv
Member
posted June 05, 2003 10:32 PM
thanks for the responses, we have races hobbies for a few years, and we were never as concerned with the setups as much as we are now, very much a learning experience, so much so that i am just looking for the basics, as in fundamentals of the 3 link, the weight jacks, fine tuning air pressures, and guides to correct a push or being loose on the different track conditions,something with problems and solutions, absolutely all new to me and the driver of the car, and i just want to learn as much as i can to help become more competitive. Thanks again

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