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14018

Re: race tires

Rules…who needs rules? I would be all for slicks too, but actually my preference would be RA1’s because they last almost two seasons and are so easy and
Terry Stahly
7:41 PM
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14017

Re: race tires

Richard, I'm not necessarily a fan of the tire rules. I think they should just give up and let everyone run the modern DOT slicks. However, if you are
genericwood
7:14 PM
#14017
 
14016

Re: SV: [Alfa Racing]: Is an LSD a big improvement over a welded dif

Okay guys, I read the article by Craig Taylor from Victory Lane magazine. I believe I understood most of it. I'm not sure how the conclusions that are correct
bfeng7
6:27 PM
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14015

Re: race tires

"We have spent an enormous amount of time dialing the handling in for these tires and I am going to continue to run them where I race so that may be a deal
alfar72003
6:00 AM
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14014

Re: Alfas at the Glen 2020

I did the event on VSCCA-spec tires because I didn’t realize SVRA had different tire rules. Nevertheless I managed to have a great time. Key to my happy
bfeng7
Oct 16
#14014
 
14013

Re: Alfas at the Glen 2020

I agree with Wil. But if it is of any consequence, I use that tire with SVRA and never have had a problem. One thing they will be looking for though, is
Dick Giambra
Oct 16
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14012

Re: Alfas at the Glen 2020

I don't represent the AATG organizers, but in the past Alfas have been accepted for the event even if not in pure compliance with SVRA rules, perhaps racing in
Wil Painter
Oct 16
#14012
 
14011

Re: Alfas at the Glen 2020

Me too it was the best time I ever had also, but I am not sure what to do about tires. I run Toyo RA1’s and my car is set up for them and from what I read no
Terry Stahly
Oct 16
#14011
 
14010

Re: Alfas at the Glen 2020

2015 was the Most fun I’ve had in an Alfa. I’m in for 2020! John
bfeng7
Oct 16
#14010
 
14009

Re: Alfas at the Glen 2020

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Wil Painter
Oct 15
#14009
 
14008

Alfas at the Glen 2020

Alfas at the Glen 2020 has already started! September 3-6, 2020 (tentative and to be confirmed) Alfas at the Glen - A Celebration of Alfa Romeo Racing Cars! |
ecarrillog
Oct 15
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14007

Re: SV: [Alfa Racing]: Is an LSD a big improvement over a welded dif

There are different types of Torson's. Some slips load on outside wheel while going on curbs with inner wheel, part time out of contact with surface, some have
Claus Rohr
Oct 13
#14007
 
14006

Re: SV: [Alfa Racing]: Is an LSD a big improvement over a welded dif

There are different types of Torson's. Some slips load on outside wheel while going on curbs with inner wheel, part time out of contact with surface, some have
Claus Rohr
Oct 13
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14005

Re: SV: [Alfa Racing]: Is an LSD a big improvement over a welded dif

I have a friend in Ohio who racces Capris, and is the US Distributor for units made on the other side of the pond, NOT quaiffe. He says they are better. He
Greg Hermann
Oct 12
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14004

Re: SV: [Alfa Racing]: Is an LSD a big improvement over a welded dif

LSDs are a great improvement over welded/spool diffs for road racing. Set up correctly, a bit loose, about .010 to .015 minimum internal clearance with a 4
alfar72003
Oct 12
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