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The best way is to use a 80 grit dirt track tire grinding wheel. If you do as most do you will push the unwanted chemicals deeper into the tread. By removing them cold the tire is ready first turn first lap. Learned this circle tack racing on asphalt.
The items that seem to help my car has been, no bump steer front or rear, increase front caster ( this slows th steering in put down) and getting the tire pressure right to low and its darty and to hing it get darty.
I have looked into the Duck clutch. They seem to have I high failure rate. Cost for a Duck clutch is about $2000.00 One idea I have been working on is a brake booster with a clutch master adapted to it. Just need to lower the amount of effort required to operate the booster or use a linear...
I want to put a hand lever on the shift lever. It needs some power assist. Started working on a brake booster but need more travel from the actuation lever and less effort. Which has led me to a linear actuator to operate the stock clutch master and a potentiometer to control it. My knowledge on...
I have had my right leg amputated just above the keen. Trying to design and build a hand operated clutch (manual). Current path is a linear actuator to operate clutch slave cylinder. Going to remove clutch pedal and install left gas pedal. Do not have any actuator experience.
Thought is to use...