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Old 09-16-2007, 11:41 AM   #1
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Say i get a new motor for my car , and the nearest track it 5 miles away would should i test down my street or .... what ..
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I wish I had a track 5 miles away
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lol .. why would u walk to it ?!
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does this tread have to do with anything
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What are you testing?
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im just saying where would u test it without going to a track ?
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at the same place everytime or at the track
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Are you serious? Ok, I'll take the bait. If you have access to the track and they dont charge a grip to get pratice time, pratice where you will race. This will give you an edge on some of your competition.
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If this your first car: get a 27stock and learn to drive and how to setup the car for racing. Then when you are familliar with that and racing go racing in the 19T spec class. A good motor for the 19T class is the Team Checkpoint Money Motor.
Also learn how to maintain your car, probably the most important factor!
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