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Old 01-26-2013, 12:23 AM   #11 (permalink)
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so, what kind of track are we talking about?
1/8
1/4
road course?
autocross?

Honestly, driver mod will do more than anything else for any track. After that, it depends on the target environment....
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so, what kind of track are we talking about?
1/8
1/4
road course?
autocross?

Honestly, driver mod will do more than anything else for any track. After that, it depends on the target environment....
1/4 mile drag, and an autocross course. Unfourtunately theres not much i can do to upgrade my driving skills in the dangerous montreal streets :P Was just asking for tips to keep my car free from harm during my first track experience.
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For autoX, make sure fluids are full, tires have a bit of extra air, battery is secure, ball joints, wheel bearings and tierod ends are tight, and the car interior is empty.

Have fun! Let us know how it goes.
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