Well, I see the dual chamber pipe with a 1/4" cut off the manifold was the hot-set-up at Cincinnati, but they have a 230' long back straight.
Some people have asked about starter boxes
and I just built a Dynamite Ready Start
and the car fits in like a glove!! I just lost use of my digital camera for a month-so I cant post a pic-sorry. I was told by someone else that without modification this box works great and it does!!!
But I'll try and explain how I set it up.
1. I re-set motors sideways in box. Had to lengthen green wire to ground. I set it so wheel was in back half of slot in upper deck.
2. I used a 12 volt gell cell (7.5 Mah) and reversed the polarity to get motors to spin wheel left to right. Fit in like a glove.
3. I located rear of car first. I used supplied alignment posts and placed them at the furthest point back on chassis (behind rear A-arms). When looking down, the inside of the left rear tire should almost touch the starter box. That will center the starter wheel under the engines flywheel.
4. I located the front of the chassis with two alignment posts in the cut-out in the front of the NTC3 chassis, the one just beside the servo. Place them in-line with each other and very close. To be more exact-there are two sets of slots in the very center of the starter box. Use the slot on the right!!!
When you are done, the car should fit within the alignment posts very-very well. Mine just plops right down over and between all my posts and is perfectly over the starter wheel.