RRR RaceJet GT40
This car turns consistantly competitive laps at Newmarket Hills Raceway, and has earned a permanent spot in my race box. The project started with the RRR GT40.
car started life as a stock RaceJet GT40 on a skinny tire chassis. It wasn't
ran this way long and was soon under the knife (dremel to be exact) for
it's first makeover. The car had it's mounting posts cut down to lower
the car, and it's rear wheel wells ground slightly to allow the mounting
of new rear rubber. The stock skinny axle in the rear was replaced with
an A/FX hot rod axle with AJ's press on rims and Tom Heister X-Low's for
rolling stock. The front was replaced with a parts box delrin type independent
front end. This was soon replaced with Wizzard's brass front end set, and
the rears were changed to a pair of fairly tall (.430) silicone foam rears.
This configuration (as pictured above) was run for a while and performed
package from JB arrived. Those tall rear tires were immediately replaced
with a pair of .380 ThunderRubbers. Handling of the car improved once again.
As you can see, BRP Hubcaps have also been added. This car has alot of
torque and the Hubcaps seem to help handling.
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