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anybody with experience riding the 05 racer and firecats...

any noticable difference in handling/steering with the sliding front arm??? :dunno:


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my understanding is the only reason they have that sliding arm is to make those 128"inchers actually have the ability to turn decent.
 

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What do you think your front straps are for ? ?

This whole they wont turn thing is a bunch of morons that have no idea how to set up a sled !!!!! Want it to turn ? Tighten your straps and pull some of the track off the ground and put some pressure on the front. Its as simple as that !!!!
 

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Originally posted by F7 Racer@Oct 5 2005, 11:12 AM
What do you think your front straps are for ? ?

This whole they wont turn thing is a bunch of morons that have no idea how to set up a sled !!!!! Want it to turn ? Tighten your straps and pull some of the track off the ground and put some pressure on the front. Its as simple as that !!!!
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Easy Killer,


Yes pulling up the straps are a sure way to get a sled to turn. But at what expense.


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Move your front shock back 2 holes and lay it down then so your track is back on the ground and you still have the pressure. Anything else ? ?
 
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