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Old 09-04-2011, 05:22 PM
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I built a drag sled and found out tomorrow is the last race of the year. Trying to finish the final set ups. How tight should I run the track? They are so stiff and I'm used to anti ratchets so I'm just guessing. Don't want to ratchet and don't want to be robbing a ton of power so any help would be great. It's just a stock Nytro with a lowered stock skid, removed hyfax and extra wheels.
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That is gonna hook up hard Rick. I would error on the side of too tight rather than risk racheting. Depending on which theory you suscribe to, You lose hp running them too loose as well! Have fun and tear it up.
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