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ACCURATELY SETTING TOE

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Uploaded on Apr 3, 2011

There should no detail overlooked when preparing your chassis for competition. Whether it is assembly, engine and tire preparation, or scaling your chassis, each step is as critical as the step prior. Even a small detail like setting the toe should be done accurately and precisely to ensure your chassis is performing to its full potential. Here you will see the recommended procedure for setting your toe.

Disclaimer...
Kart racing is a dangerous activity and should only be performed by trained and licensed professionals. It is the users sole responsibility to determine the overall safety of the products they use. Obtaining higher speeds and performance from your chassis increases the risk of injury. Wiggins Kart Shop, Inc. and/or Phantom Racing Chassis does not assume any liability from manufacturing and/or advising its customers in chassis performance.

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Please note that Phantom Racing Chassis does not continue research and development on chassis models that are not currently in production. This includes any ongoing development of setup details. Therefore, any setup related advice that is given by the PRC staff on previous models is based on historic data and may be considered to be out-of-date.

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