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 11 
 on: August 11, 2017, 01:24:57 AM 
Started by 31rx7 - Last post by royce34
Sounds they will reach the Cap easily. Good luck to all participants

 12 
 on: August 10, 2017, 10:21:31 AM 
Started by 31rx7 - Last post by RandyT
If all else fails, UHaul trailers are fairly cheap to rent.

 13 
 on: August 10, 2017, 09:23:36 AM 
Started by 31rx7 - Last post by 31rx7
We are registered for the Runoffs at Indianapolis, and will be there from September 23rd through October 1st. Given the size of the place and the fact that the paddock will be spread out, we planned on renting a golf cart.   Lucky for me, I can save the $775 golf cart rental fee as a friend has offered use of his golf cart for the week! However, I need a way to get it there and back, and so I am looking for a small trailer to borrow / rent for the week.

I will get the actual dimensions of this golf cart shortly.  However, the Interwebz indicates a typical golf cart is about 47" wide and 92" to 95" long, and weights around 500 to 600 lbs.

Let me know if you can assist. Thanks in advance!

 14 
 on: August 09, 2017, 11:49:09 PM 
Started by LGMCCARTHY - Last post by Banshee
On some manufactures (like Honda), you can over ride the BOS by increasing the amount of throttle after applying the brakes.  So even if you are at 100% throttle going into your braking zone, after applying the brakes quickly reduce throttle to ~50% and then back to 100%.
If you are going into the breaking zone at less than wide open, its a little easier because you can then just add more gas while breaking and then pull back again before releasing the brake.  The Honda logic also gives you about 1000ms before cutting the throttle so in very short braking zones its not even as much of an issue.

Not that Honda makes a RWD fun car anymore, but this might help out CTR drivers.

I heard that awhile ago. They were doing some tests during the promo phase of the CTR rollout, and the CTR is the only vehicle that didn't give them some kind of error on the dash/and or reduced power.

 15 
 on: August 09, 2017, 11:19:30 PM 
Started by richscotti - Last post by royce34
Great pics and vid man, thanks!

 16 
 on: August 09, 2017, 11:20:47 AM 
Started by LGMCCARTHY - Last post by landstuhltaylor
Just tell the fool to RFB and their problem will be solved.

 17 
 on: August 09, 2017, 08:55:59 AM 
Started by richscotti - Last post by dps214
https://www.flickr.com/photos/akronsportscarclub/albums/72157684633244191

Heat 1, rest of the heats should hopefully be uploaded there eventually.

my video: https://youtu.be/x8sDqVNR1kw

In the fiesta it was third gear in three places (one of them voluntary, the forever slalom). Top speed somewhere around 70 as far as I can tell from watching the gauges in the video.

 18 
 on: August 09, 2017, 08:22:00 AM 
Started by dhardison - Last post by 31rx7
If somebody wants to get into road racing and a reasonable cost with a low maintenance car, this is it.

 19 
 on: August 08, 2017, 11:49:09 PM 
Started by richscotti - Last post by royce34
Anyone who went got some pics to share?

 20 
 on: August 08, 2017, 10:20:30 AM 
Started by LGMCCARTHY - Last post by frsbaum
On some manufactures (like Honda), you can over ride the BOS by increasing the amount of throttle after applying the brakes.  So even if you are at 100% throttle going into your braking zone, after applying the brakes quickly reduce throttle to ~50% and then back to 100%.
If you are going into the breaking zone at less than wide open, its a little easier because you can then just add more gas while breaking and then pull back again before releasing the brake.  The Honda logic also gives you about 1000ms before cutting the throttle so in very short braking zones its not even as much of an issue.

Not that Honda makes a RWD fun car anymore, but this might help out CTR drivers.

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