Let us know if you tried riding without the blocks in and if you kept them out or not. I'm a little nervous about bottoming out without them and I have aN F7 SP with 153 1.45" Mega-bites.
How can there be a loss in traction? If you're lifting the skis higher, doesn't that mean you have MORE traction?Originally posted by zare6@Jan 17 2003, 08:30 AM
Took my coupler blocks out and limiter in middle hole, my impressions are a slight ride improvement, slower in deep snow, too much ski lift on hard pack especially when drag racing,and a loss in traction on hard pack.I have the snopro model.
Zare6, that is interesting. Did you do some holeshot testing on the clock, against another baseline sled, or just by the seat-of-the-pants? Any more info/feedback you could give on this would be appreciated. Thanks! -- RoyOriginally posted by zare6@Jan 17 2003, 09:11 PM
Gunner F-5---------- To answer your question on weight transfer, what happens is when the front of the track comes off the ground too far traction is lost because there is so little track left on the ground, the front end will drop then hook up again. It seems to do this about 3 times before it settles down. This is very undesirable when racing.