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Old 03-31-2013, 10:09 PM
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Hey guys just looking for some help on setup. I have a B44.1 with big bores on it and I feel like the car is sliding a lot (it feels loose). I just recently got into this class and I don't know a whole lot about them and how they are supposed to handle, but to me just feels like its hard to put it where I want it. I am open to any thing that will help me with getting the car more comfortable to drive. Thanks!
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Give it to a fast guy for a couple of laps. Overdriving is the number one mistake for people new to the class. A close second is an overly tight slipper.

what setup are you running? A lot of guys like to add weight to the rear to calm it down as well.
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Give it to a fast guy for a couple of laps. Overdriving is the number one mistake for people new to the class. A close second is an overly tight slipper.

what setup are you running? A lot of guys like to add weight to the rear to calm it down as well.
I am using Ryan Cav. Set up from west coast super nats or reedy race I can't remember. But I asked a couple of locals and they said take out the rear ballast weight and run a 1.7 piston. It got better but was still a little crazy.
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