The toe corrector is used to get rid of bump steer. You can raise and lower the outer tie rod end for a different angle on the tie rod.20TN40 said:And a friend of mine recommended running a left front toe corrector. He said that it would allow you to run the chassis a little looser without losing control of the car. Does that make sense? I know there is a very fine line between loose, smooth and free to out of control.
I have tried "liquid" graphite that I brush a coat on both spurs & pinions, wait till it has dried. I have noticed a drop in gear noise and easy gear mesh. Also, it does not attract dirt as that of other liquid lubricants. Iam goin to try it on pro-lites that I got today at AAA(not stamped...yet !!!)Tornado_Racing said:At Sandhills we actually use a little bit of bushing oil on the gears to help make them more efficient for stock racing. I do not think it picks up a 1/10th per lap but it does lubricate 2 surfaces that are creating friction. If you think about it, in all sealed off-road or Touring tranny's they use grease to lube the gears! You can not do this out doors because of the natural dust of pavement racing.
LISA::::on't feel bad.....I got them "blonde's`moments" too.....my daughter always say...iam a natural blonde in my previuos life....wherever that was...eh !!! ( i hope i wasn't a cucaracha....lol)20TN40 said:I said the wrong thing, I meant caster. LOL, it's a blonde day!