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Old 01-27-2010, 04:58 PM   #31
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well of corse you can blip the throttle like that on a truggy, now on a buggy
its best you just blip a little, coming out of the turn cause , buggys will get upset easy if you, really blip the throttle lol.


but i tried diffrent ways, of driving a 1/8 buggy at least , i tried to let it roll into the turn and ,then hit the throttle . kind of like driving,a electric it works but i think blipping the, throttle would help better though.
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Tried the blipping method a few times. Can't get it to work at all. For me no matter how light the blip is it makes the car push, plus my fuel milage went down too...not cool lol
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Old 01-27-2010, 10:50 PM   #33
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Tried the blipping method a few times. Can't get it to work at all. For me no matter how light the blip is it makes the car push, plus my fuel milage went down too...not cool lol

agree it does hurt your fuel milage espially, if you have your low end tuned rich. it does somewhat make a ,buggy push if you give it to much.
i used to watch this guy at my local track,,, that ran a jammin buggy and he was really bad on bliping ,the throttle you can help but to laugh.


and plus the buggys out there days rotate, so good that you really dont need to blip the throttle like, that to get it to rotate.
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Its all prefrence, I myself I blip-Not stupidly.. but a good amount. The reason I blip is mainly from my 1st time at the track I watched John Hazlewood-Top british driver at my local. For a good 30 minutes watching his lines his throttle ect.. and ever since then I have blipped.. and tbh I have tried to be super smooth-Like leccy and it dosnt work for me. I dont feel I have the same control mainly as been blipping since been racing. So its 2nd nature to me.. I came 3rd in my clubs summer series 1st year-And only been racing since feb.. so cant be that bad haha.. But Yea, its all preference. But you watch pro's I bet 9/10 Blip.. so people go ott and stop starting but bliping properly.. works wonder's... And I find it works really well if you want to break the rear loose too.. on some tracks..
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