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Old 04-10-2009, 09:30 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by rmargiotta View Post
If you're running at Indy, it is the rocks that cause this. Albeit small, they are in the soil, and since the sparks coming from the chassis are orange, you know it's steel, so it's just a chassis screw hitting a small rock embedded in the soil.

If you notice when you marshal at Indy, about 30% of the time during a race various cars are doing that on the big triple. I was standing at the corner before the runup for that, so I had a good view of it for the whole main... Nothing to be concerned with if your clutch mesh is good... now, sparks like that CAN be when you break a clutchbell or spur gear (it looks the same... worried the heck out of me the first few times mine did it at the Texas State Series race... but it was fine.)
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