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To go on a rolling road, does the tracking of the front wheels have to be 100%? I've heard if it's out a bit then it can upset the rollers, in effect a non run. I only ask because theres a RR day coming up. :L
 

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Its advised to have good tracking else you will notice the car start to 'snake' around
 

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jimtec said:
Its advised to have good tracking else you will notice the car start to 'snake' around
Or worst case it'll try and climb out of the rollers. Quite entertaining, unless your stood infront of the car :surprised:
 

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yep, the tracking needs to be almost spot on tbh.

My ST wnet on the rollers a couple of weeks ago and its tracking is very slightly out, but was fine for the rollers, they will take some slack if you know what i mean!
 

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Rhys said:
jimtec said:
Its advised to have good tracking else you will notice the car start to 'snake' around
Or worst case it'll try and climb out of the rollers. Quite entertaining, unless your stood infront of the car :surprised:
should get strapped down :whistling:

 
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