I'd stick with something a little older for that application. phenom , avenger, nemesis. something in that era
tell me about it. 1st time on my excentric and it was fast but had a bad push all night. I need to learn more about tires, prep, and chassis tuning.X2
Most chassis made today require tires that make good to great bite for them to work their best.
tell me about it. 1st time on my excentric and it was fast but had a bad push all night. I need to learn more about tires, prep, and chassis tuning.
I just played with air pressure tonight and thats it. But I can tell I need to learn more about tires and being able to adjust the right thing on the kart or tires.
I'd be on something as new as I could afford most likely (yes, even on a no prep, low bite track). Here are my choices 1) Triton, 2) Icon, 3) Phenom. (The Seraph can work well but it's stiffness along with no prep will make it more difficult to work with than the others.
With this being said what are some things that can be done to increase the bite in the chassis alone without touching the tires?