Setting the slipper is simple. For the inital adjsutment set the buggy on the track and set the slipper to slip about 2 to 3 feet on hard acceleration. Then testdrive it around the track and see what it feels like. If you need more acceleration for a certain part of the track tighten the slipper 1/4 turn and run another practice run. After a few runs you will have the slipper set correctly. Setting the slipper is critical to good performance and longevity. Too tight is hard on the drivetrain and diffs and too loose creates heat and loss of performance. Too loose can glaze over and burn the slipper pads too.
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