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post #1 of 5 Old 03-17-2008, 10:11 PM Thread Starter
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Hello, theres some races coming up this weekend and I want to try and somewhat set my sled up for them, so what kinds of things can I adjust like the clutches, track tension, suspension setup etc. any suggestions would be sweet.

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post #2 of 5 Old 03-18-2008, 01:43 PM
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I would like to help you out, but probably racing against you this weekend! Ask around town, I am sure Mark C has some pointers for you unless he is racing his 2 F-7's. Good luck! I know there are a few fast 700's coming from t-bay.
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WoooW boys....where are these races happening.....im up here in Fort and we just had the Radar/Drag runs up in North West Bay....I have been to 4 down in the states this year so far and highest number I saw was 171.8 MP/H.....what the snow condition up there...its really lacking in my area.....gimmie the info on your runs.....maybe head up there for the day!
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Races are this Saturday starting at noon, up on Minnow Pond at the Charelson Pits, there are Charelson signs leading all the way up there so it shouldnt be hard to find. The snow around here is melting but at the moment theres still plenty to rip around pretty much anywhere.

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Actually they are running another run/drag in NWB again this saturday so I will be going there so I dont have to spend so much $$ on gas....you should head up here and meet some real compition lol but seriously let me know how you guys fair....were running 1300 ft radar and 660ft drags.....good luck
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