for those with some experience; clutchwise
The less traction , the more front drive i have/put
clutch wise never changed.
so less slipage as possible. just enough for that rear to not step out.
clutch springs used like we use shock springs , not to much preload but use stiffer or weaker spring to adjust the revs on wich it engages together with gap. Just how i do it, could be i`m all wrong. got me to 4th place though on my first year nationals.
i use/have 6 clutch springs to adjust to my liking. I wonder why my clutch shoe lasts 2 years
no slippage i presume
I seem to like a 8scale feel to my 10 scale powering on the throttle out off the turns. Not the fastest driving style my race friends tell me, but hey its lots off fun
who cares about tire wear, its only the rears that wear. the fronts hardly touch the track. Its a problem i have with hardly any front tire wear. I use 32 35 fronts with 40 42 rears and still end up with smaller rears.
OK back on topic.