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12-23-2002, 09:11 AM
Has Parma (or any other company ) considered selling some flexi cars that are more prepared for racing, using the tips you give in your column? Things like having the front tires touch, pans and centers at the right level etc. make a huge difference, but most cars ( all brands ) are not prepared this way. Especially the front wheel height. I know tracks vary, but all of the cars I have purchased need work on this, all having the wheels too high.
What is the best way to set up the front wheels on a nascar that has 3/32 front axle?
Roy W.

Paul Ciccarello
12-23-2002, 12:01 PM
We have considered it in the past the only problem we keep coming up with is that price will be too high with the extra time needed to put in.

On a nascar I set up the front tires to touch all the time but not so much that they hold up the guide even the slightest amount.


12-24-2002, 07:00 AM
I think a fair amount of people would be willing to pay the extra cost in buying a factory blueprinted car. Even if it was double the cost or 2.5 the cost.
I know i would be.