TIP: One of the best tools you can bring to a track is a note book and a pencil. At least per sessson, keep track of max RPM’s, gearing, chassis set up and lap times. Purchase a weather sation to track barametor pressure, temperature and humidity. Once you’ve those settings, when the weather conditions are similar, I’ ve an idea for jettng.
You didn’t mention the type of gauge you’re using. Recommend a Mychron 3 or 4 to capture RPM’s and lap times to begin with. A water sensor would be nice to have so you can tell if the engine is running at the right temp. You will then have the oportunity to load that information into Race Studio and be able to review the data between weekends.
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