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Old 12-14-2015, 10:35 AM   #1
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Do the tracks most of you race at stay consistent from week to week ? Do you have to make major chassis changes weekly or are you making fine adjustments ?
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For my track , it depends on turnout . Its a outdoor 1/8 track that starts a bit dusty in early rounds and gets really sticky in the later rounds. The more cars there , the more the grip comes up . So the changes can range from small to large. I CHOOSE not make some changes , even when I know they will help a bit . I don't drive well enough to do that. I am better off sticking with the same set up and trying to be a better driver than I am trying to chase a perfect car . But that's me .
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I guess I should have been more specific its indoor clay dirt mix.
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My indoor track usually only requires tire changes to get what I want. SOMETIMES , but not too often , I will change roll centers . so I would say minimal changes as long as its the normal layout.
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