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5/30/2013 9:19 pm  #1


What data should I be recording?

I already record total car weight,gearing,tire size and width,motor type,tire compound. I aways record ET and RT. What else that will do a noobie good?

Thanks!


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5/31/2013 8:24 pm  #2


Re: What data should I be recording?

60Ft time if avalible ,nothing shows the effects of gear changes , tires ,and poor glueing ,quicker than 60Ft timeshttp://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/sleep.png

 

6/02/2013 7:59 pm  #3


Re: What data should I be recording?

Thanks guys! I'm recording as much relevent info as I possibly can between rounds. I currently have three cars, all have dipped into the tens. I can see where recorded data will definatly enhance the next build.


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6/03/2013 1:05 am  #4


Re: What data should I be recording?

track temp and also which lane is also useful
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7/16/2013 6:06 am  #5


Re: What data should I be recording?

Type of glue and if its been altered combined with track temp


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