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FAQ-Have question? Look here for answers!
« on: July 30, 2016, 03:02:43 PM »

This thread is a work in progress, and as time goes on we'll continue to add links to threads discussing many of the common questions people have about all things related to track days. If you can't find a topic covering your question, feel free to start a thread and ask your question in any of the forums on this message board and we'll add a link to it here so that others can use it as a resource.

Safety Gear
Race Suits/Leathers
Back Protectors

Going from Q3's to Race Tires
How to get accurate Tire Information
Tire Size and Aspect Ratio. What size tires should you buy?
Tire Storage

Dunlop FAQ
almost all Dunlop questions answered here

Tire Warmers
When do you need tire warmers?
How much should I spend?
What temperature should I set my warmers on?

Electrical Hook Up/ Power Situations at the Tracks We Ride
What kind of plugs do I need?

Body Position
How To Hang Off

Popular Generators/Specs
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Re: FAQ-Have question? Look here for answers!
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2016, 08:06:28 PM »

 :wow:  WOW!!!! This is really cool, lots of info quick and easy. New to the track? Or just looking to refresh your thoughts? Definitely a great source.    :thumbup:    :tiphat:   T
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Re: FAQ-Have question? Look here for answers!
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2017, 02:31:20 PM »

I just saw an interesting video on Tire Warmers that Dave Moss posted up and thought some people might benefit from it.

A few years ago I figured out that if I put my warmers on just after the valve stem I always knew where the stem was and could check pressures quickly/easily. How many other members have stumbled on this 'trick' as well? Interesting that DM mentions it in his video too.
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Re: FAQ-Have question? Look here for answers!
« Reply #3 on: August 29, 2017, 04:00:22 PM »

Fortunately I figured out the valve stem trick the first time i used warmers. I think it was Tracey who pointed that out for me.

Interesting that you have to test the tire temp with a probe. Makes sense but I thought surface temp was enough.

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