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Old 2005.03.21, 03:34 PM   #16
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Thats right Frazier. TNB is right. Whats up wit dat ? At the track, the car is flaaaaming pink
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Old 2005.03.21, 07:39 PM   #17
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Old 2005.03.22, 09:11 PM   #18
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Nice track -

How long can you keep it up before your wife makes you take it down. I usually wait 'til she's gone for some trip and set mine up then.

I'd be just as happy to park outside always! (And leave it set up.)

When tuning on your home track remember that the surface is really clean and you'll get a LOT more grip than the track at the shop. I found it was difficult to get my home setup cars to perform half as well at the shop because of that. Try some foams at home and you'll see that it's like riding on rails. No sauce needed.

I think we should get a little vacumn for the HT track!!
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Old 2005.03.22, 09:53 PM   #19
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I think we should get a little vacumn for the HT track!!
I usually change my layout around 2 weeks and vacuum the track then unlike the LHS which vacuumed the track every season or so in between when the young girls would go play hop scotch on it.
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Old 2005.03.23, 11:29 AM   #20
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Nice track -

How long can you keep it up before your wife makes you take it down. I usually wait 'til she's gone for some trip and set mine up then.
I'll take the track down after each session so that I can lay a different layout. Its takes me only 10-15 minutes to take down the track. Track set-up for me is about 20-30 minutes
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Old 2005.03.23, 11:34 AM   #21
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I wish I could tear down and set up that fast.
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Old 2005.03.23, 10:26 PM   #22
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I wish I could tear down and set up that fast.
With all the real estate you have for your tracks, it'll take at least 1 hour TNB
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