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  1. Also, starting in 2022, all 20 of these events...

    Also, starting in 2022, all 20 of these events will be officially sanctioned as XRSS races with a newly established rulebook and a full-time, in-house technical inspection team.


    How different is...
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    The highest running lapped car that is not...

    The highest running lapped car that is not involved in the caution period will be given one lap.


    If you cause or are involved in the caution, then you can't get the lucky dog^
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    Uses the same hub or OD of the wheel bearings,...

    Uses the same hub or OD of the wheel bearings, but has a larger snout (ID of bearings) to allow the snout to be stronger and not snap off from heavy components or fatigue.
  4. I can confirm that Bill, did in fact have a 3 - 4...

    I can confirm that Bill, did in fact have a 3 - 4 wheel drive car. He still has it as far as I know and it was ran least once after the infamous dream incident with Bloomer many years later.
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    Because they would get knocked out of the way in...

    Because they would get knocked out of the way in 1 lap, believe it or not we can strategically move those huge tires over a long race without completely destroying the nose. However you miscalculate...
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    Still haven't said whether it measures out to be...

    Still haven't said whether it measures out to be a STD GRT or Frye front end?

    Anyways if you wanting to fix some of the travel issues with the RF then:

    1. Go to the one piece lowers that have...
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    BP-40 is the most common, I think. Not sure...

    BP-40 is the most common, I think.

    Not sure they even still make this pad, but I liked the Polymatrix E pad myself. Decent brake when cold and still good hot. With some pads, I had to ride the...
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    PS: Since you said you have rubber bushing lower...

    PS: Since you said you have rubber bushing lower arms on the car, that means the RF shock mount is on top of the 1.25" tubing so the mount is high and doesn't allow much travel on RF before the Shock...
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    Again I have completely forgotten what numbers...

    Again I have completely forgotten what numbers are what year (fairly remember up to 1200/1300 but after that I can't remember what year a number above that would be. With that being said, you either...
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    You are correct. However let me say this: Just as...

    You are correct. However let me say this: Just as MasterSbilt_Racer pointed out, in some instances that loss of thrust by lowering the bars is still enough to make the RR climb just the same and...
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    You missed my point. I said not talking...

    You missed my point. I said not talking compression so that leaves rebound, stop and think about the RR rebounding and what moving those bars down does when the car raises over ride height on the RR....
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    If it's a Frye front end, the distance between...

    If it's a Frye front end, the distance between the lower control arm mounting points on the frame will be 1" wider at 19" vs STD GRT at 18". Also the LF upper shock mount will have 2 holes and the...
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    It will cause the air volume to increase the...

    It will cause the air volume to increase the speed of the air out just one breather, thus carry more oil vapor out and puke oil out of that one breather.

    You still have to vent said amount of air...
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    Do you have any idea what your RR travel is? I...

    Do you have any idea what your RR travel is? I don't mean compression.
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    We use so much rear brake, that skimping on...

    We use so much rear brake, that skimping on brakes isn't a great idea unless you run somewhere you don't use much brake.

    When you get to the light weight rotors, there just isn't enough mass to...
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    It's illegal in most crate rules, but many allow...

    It's illegal in most crate rules, but many allow an evac system on the headers.
  17. Austin Kirkpatrick is in an new AK chassis model B

    Austin Kirkpatrick is in an new AK chassis model B
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    I get they added the MSD 7 box, because he has...

    I get they added the MSD 7 box, because he has slew rate. The other boxes doesn't make a ton of sense as they only allow to digitally set the timing curve you would do old school with the distributor...
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    I honestly don't see that much difference in...

    I honestly don't see that much difference in spending the extra money especially if you not a unlimited budget team, no real testing on my part just observation from having stuff REM'ed and some Not...
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    A Shorter yoke doesn't make the shaft bottom out...

    A Shorter yoke doesn't make the shaft bottom out any less, just less spline on shaft
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    The difference in bearings is just as much as the...

    The difference in bearings is just as much as the REM finish, meaning a cheap/import bearing is say 100 units of friction and a good bearing like a Timken is say 75 units. If you REM a cheap/import...
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    PS, I did do a little checking and shaftech seems...

    PS, I did do a little checking and shaftech seems to have a good reputation and quick turn around so . . . shrugs
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    I asked a friend that works at Hendricks what he...

    I asked a friend that works at Hendricks what he thought on running a welded crank, his response (obviously not talking about their cup motors, but general racing):

    I've ran plenty of welded...
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    No idea on shaftech but here are 3 that come...

    No idea on shaftech but here are 3 that come highly recommended, some I've seen there work (#1 and #2) and others I have not just going on reputation (#3)

    #1 Moldex crankshaft
    12255 Wormer Rd,...
  25. Tire was worn down with no real tread left, but...

    Tire was worn down with no real tread left, but it had a 10" to 12" rip in the tire long ways so appears he did run over something
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