Originally Posted by dmastroy
I ve just got a Stratus 3.1 protoform and I have 2 questions:
1. What is the difference on the position of the rear wing?
What will be different in the setup if the wing gets forward or backward?
2. Should I or should I not cut the front door windows?
I am thinking about one large round hole in the front windscreen (as large as it can get without cuting the hood and the roof) and a same sized one in the back, both in the line of the engine. And that's all. (regulations don't bother me...)
I run in a tight, slippery truck and mostly in high temperature conditions (Greece though!).
Thanx for your replies dudes!!
From memory having it forward gives it more steering and moving it back will decrease it making it smoother. You would move it forward for tight tracks but your track is slippery and very hot so i'd leave it in middle or to the rear if it don't let you put it in middle and focus more on setup rather than wing position.
Also probably good to cut out the holes in line with the engine atleast the air will go straight to it then.
I cut out circle in the front of mine so i can get to tank for fuel and air still gets to engine and then most of the rear window so i can get to hs,mr and idle needles and have a cable tie running out the back to lift fuel lid up.
I don't know the regulations about the holes i think its 55mm but no one has ever said anything so ahwell lol