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I can't remember, but i know there is a chump here that says he has wrote a fwd e book for circle track racing, i'm interested in buying it to help with some set up for my weekly racing fix. 

 

If anyone can point me in the right direction it would be appreciated.  

 

TIA

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I have used his book and called him over the years nice guy a lot of help. If you need some help feel free to call on me did some great up grades on the www.DRVOLKS.com Beetle . At the Glen the few good fast laps with Tom M and Tom T we  broke a lot of parts. Both drivers said it was the best handling car they ever drove.!!!

Bob Mann

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bobtec@comcast.net

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Thanks, It also is a big help for Chumpcar. Getting the FWD car to turn both ways is only a little more involved.   If you race a FWD , the book wil help you understand the dynamics  and how to modify the dynamics to go faster.  It is low tech  solutions . 

 Many Chumpers have the book , and it is now sold World Wide. 

 MM 

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4 hours ago, DRVOLKS said:

I have used his book and called him over the years nice guy a lot of help. If you need some help feel free to call on me did some great up grades on the www.DRVOLKS.com Beetle . At the Glen the few good fast laps with Tom M and Tom T we  broke a lot of parts. Both drivers said it was the best handling car they ever drove.!!!

Bob Mann

www.DRVOLKS.com

bobtec@comcast.net

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This looks pretty cool. I typically just use a pair of tape measure, two adjustable wrenches and a BFH. Maybe there is a better way. 

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3 hours ago, red0 said:

 

This looks pretty cool. I typically just use a pair of tape measure, two adjustable wrenches and a BFH. Maybe there is a better way. 

You need one of these too. I am close on selling just getting killed on software. with both unit on the car you can do toe by your self in a few minutes  and string it in a flash and check bump steer on the ground. 

www.Alignitpro.com

 

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