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Old 04-21-2007, 10:06 PM   #41
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Video camera's can be a tuning tool. Especially if your not sure what your car is doing. That is why you need someone to watch your car and tell you what it doing. Not just telling you it looks great. Where does it look like it could be better or what can I do as a driver to go faster. Sometimes we miss something small that can make a big difference.

Video's helped when we were at a tractor pull. Went back to the pits to watch what the tractor was doing in the video. Video is a great help. Made some adjustments and wow what a difference.

Back to the TLB7 Pro. Looks good. Werks has another winner on there hands. Ron know's his stuff.

Superd doesn't need video to help. He knows what he's looking for in the buggy and engine. That is what I call wisdom and understanding of what it takes to win. That is what makes him hard to beat. Also makes everyone around him better. You can only be as fast as though you race with.
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Old 04-21-2007, 11:48 PM   #42
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jordan... nothing was wrong with the car i just got really furstrated trying to pass people and decided it was best for everyone if i just parked it... i know bone head move but i think i was just too tired from racing 4 classes... never again...
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Old 04-22-2007, 07:05 AM   #43
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Further to what Mugenman mentioned, we are supper lucky to have the level of racers we do attend our races. And he is totally right in saying it makes everyone faster...

It just takes some time of watching how chilled they are before an event. Then you should say to yourself, hey, "Maybe I should do that too?"

Anyways, great to have all the technical support / best practices such as this thread. Dave helped me out w/ the B7 (Shimming etc..) through PM's before the event, and as a result, I showed up to the Tillsonburg race in with a great motor...Rather than starting from scratch. All of that info has been reiterated here + more, so everone wins.

Time to race bicycles now....Paris to Ancaster !

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Old 04-22-2007, 10:30 AM   #44
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I always seem to here about that bike race after it`s over, Thats OK My "Flux Capacitor" is way to weak ! [Thats a good one Dave !] I`ll just go for a leasure ride today before MOTO-GP on Speed !

Dave McClean was talking about a clinic a year or two ago, did that ever happen ? I would be really interested for sure !

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