2017 Prepare to Win Setup Seminar
January 25, 2017
This event was aired live on March 11th 2017. The entire 5 hour event was recorded. You can still purchase a ticket and watch it from the comfort of your home as many times as you like for all of 2017.
Purchase a Ticket Here
Here is a link to the handout
Here is a link to the PAY PER VIEW EVENT
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If you would like to purchase a ticket to view, call the shop after 9:00 EST 717-220-4470
Prepare to Win
Chassis Set-Up Seminar
Saturday, March 11, 2017
10:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m.
Presented by Mike Dicely and the Hyper Racing Team
Learn beginner basics as well as advanced topics in all areas of chassis set-up. There will be plenty of time for Q&A during and following the presentation. This reservation-only event will be limited to the first 80 attendees. Tickets are just $45.00 each and are available by calling the shop at (717) 220-4470 or order online.
Here's a preview of the day's agenda:
Learn what changes to make and when to make them along with the mysterious theory behind the facts.
From the perspective of vehicle dynamics and the fundamental laws of physics, Mike will teach the truth behind why dirt track race cars do what they do. While this is not new information to the academic world, it is mind blowing information to the dirt track mentality.
How to achieve maximum traction
Geometric and Elastic weight transfer
Venture out on your own for brain food!
List of our nearby food establishments will be provided.
Have your questions ready when you come back.
Any questions from the morning will be answered.
What shock to run where
Why and when to adjust your shocks
Monotube vs. twintube
Setting gas pressures
What to look for on shock dyno sheets
Chassis and Fuel Injection Maintenance
What to check/replace every race, every 5 races, every season
How to keep your EFI system working to full potential every week
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