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So, been using R32 for a year now. My bottom line on this chassis (on dry track) is:
– in its neutral setup it provides less grip than say a Tony Kart, so several adjustments have to be made. In general, the more grip on the track, the better for the R32 driver.
– it is difficult to adjust, often against common sense, but it CAN be adjusted and be competitive
– going by the Arrow manual works here in general, but not always
– what worked for me is: narrow rear, seat moved back, 3 seat struts tightened, wide hubs
This is for you guys, who are considering racing it: just wanted to share my experience.
2006 Englishtown Rookie of the Year