Make stagger adjustment before moving hub as long as you LR spacing is good to start with, moving it is just a band-aid effect it will handle little better but not gain any speed like other adjustments will, now if it's out 1.25" instead of where it should of been then it may help both.If my kart was loose on exit and I tho't that the setup was good and my tires
were good to go, I'd slide my LR in 1/4" and/or decrease my stagger.
Thats not a lot of info, but based off what you have given here, id say too much air. If youre using Pink Panther inside, i believe thats an aggressive inside from Carlson which tells me you are on a low bite track. If this is true your air pressure, for Maxxis, should be more like 3.5-4, or possible even less.Also 6lbs in the right 5lbs in the left. Tiaras
Gambler wet tire prepYea, I'd agree with Earl on a 1/10 mi you could start dropping air -- you're not as concerned with roll speed on that small of a track. You could also close your splits up to be 4# all the way around and that should help too.
If the kart is close, and just a touch off at exit, then the other fellow's are right, moving the left rear hub in and reducing rear stagger can/will help.
You can also make a RF camber adjustment or even increase cross slightly (kinda last resort.)
Pink Panther will add some bite, and soften slightly, but it's main purpose is to add oils to the tire.
Pink Panther is the more aggressive internal of the two that we offer, but it's not real harsh on the tires. It'll work fine on low bite and medium bite tracks too. That's what I'd recommend for your tires and track.
I have no idea what the purple outside is that you are using, so it's hard to suggest if your outside prep is working correctly or not.
On little tracks, you can "generally" get pretty aggressive with your preps.
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