I have a Mach2 17.5 and a LRP FLOW WORKS in my TC6.1 running blinky the track I race on is 70'x48' carpet on-road with good traction and very technical infield. What is a good starting point for timing and FDR? How would you set the Flow to work best with Mach2 in this type of track condition?
Originally Posted by Rick Hohwart
125 and even 150 is not what I would consider hot. If you are really pushing the motor for max power and speed you would be around 180.
What is your gear ratio? and which car? In TC you would probably want to be around 45 degrees timing.
With a track the size of mine what temps should I be seeing?
The reason I ask is because I'm the only mach2 on the track and everyone else is talking about 120's. I had a really bad race night with my car and was told that maybe I should turn my timing down so I did and the car was way easier to drive.
I starting to think my bad setup is the reason I had to turn the timing down but I'm open to suggestions.