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Rick how did those scales work???

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The only thing that really jumps out at me is you didn't leave under full power. That could change everything.


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Yup Scott you're exactly right.  The first run I made with my current car was an easy launch.  When I got in to it down track I swapped lanes pretty quickly.  The track was lousy which didn't help matters and I have learned since with this car that if I have to get out of it I have to stay out of it.  Which is one reason I'm going to be checking rear springs weights this winter.  I might need to bump them up a touch.

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Beretta wrote:
Rick how did those scales work???


Seem to be pretty good for the short time I messed with them. Well built. heavy duty. Box was 115# O:)  The individual weigh cell are surprisingly heavy. Reading has 1lb. resolution. Does side-side and frt/bck % or corner weights and total. Pretty simple.

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