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    Question ***Lap Times, Set Up, Tires, and Handling***

    What is something you find that happens on a dry slick track to your car? Post responses and lets see if anyone can relate. Meant to be a helpful forum.
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    Most of the times I see the other cars start pushing. Depends on the night but sometimes it gets loose but not to bad, try to find the moisture and drive differrent

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    As the track gets slicker and lap times slow down the car does not have as much body role. We soften our RF spring to help the car get over on the slick and keep the side bite up.

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    Now lets say the track is dry all around. No moisture. after 5 laps every car seems to fall off immediately .500 second at least. This is not a discussion ive seen being held on dirt when in fact it needs to be. There is a huge advantage to knowing your set up after laps driven on track and there is always a solution. But the lighter rf sprifn is exactly right for a dry track and long sweeping track.
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