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well i have heard enough good things about the red wheels that i looked for a bone shaker... no dice !
Ok, call me "late to the party" but I've finally had the chance to run the following HSW cars on the open gravity coarse:
'Fat Track' has a habit of exposing tracking characteristics that probably wouldn't be noticed on single-lane track. I have several cars that dominate the orange track but lack the stability to perform consistently on 'open track'. So far, I've found the term "low friction" not only applies to the wheel's contact with the axle but also the wheel's contact smallest track imperfection. My Lotus Concept must have been made in the same batch as WorpeX's...rolls well w/mediocre speed. And my Hyperliner is the slowest, but I think I have a poorly built example.
DCR is about to begin a racing series which includes several heavy cars, I thought it may be worth paying attention to...
interesting, my Torque Thrust was a total dud. Might have to try some others.
Target was carrying new ones last time I was there with different color wheels...red, blue, green, white.
I HAVE REPLACED THE LOANER IN THE HARDCORE SERIES II,
I DID SO TO SAVE THE "NASTY 99" FOR T.L.D.'S FUTURE RACING..
THE NEW LOANER IS A 100 PLUS GRAM, BONE SHAKEN, RED WHEELER, I HOPE IT IS AS FAST !...
WE SHALL SEE HOW THE REDS ROLL...
..... FRIDAY , HIGH NOON , AT THE " A-OK " CORAL!
The red wheeled, 100 gram, loaner came in second, by 0.01 second... I guess that heavy weight red wheelers will appear shortly !