The tach signal is an output from "the ignition box". So...disconnecting the tach does nothing UNLESS the traction control is IN the tach? I'd be looking for "extra" wires (probably hidden in braided lines) to the bellhousing/transmission/differential/rear axle hub area for speed sensors. I supposed, given technologies progress, might be able to detect RPM change thru vibration?Some think the traction control units are controlled by the engine RPM's. Unhook the tachs, TC doesn't work.
So that pretty much confirms Larson out of the Chili Bowl.2023 racing is almost here. Vado, NM is trying to get a decent track going.
For the first time ever NASCAR champion and dirt track racing superstar Kyle Larson will be competing at the Vado Speedway Park during the Rio Grande Waste Services Wild West Shootout presented by O'Reilly Auto Parts. Make plans to join us Januaryvadospeedwaypark.com
|Peach State Classic Opening Night Results|
Night one at Senoia didn’t go as planned. We had to unload Betty after having mechanical issues with the new car in our heat race. Joseph started seventh and finished fourth in a B-Main transferring only the top two to the feature.
It’s frustrating, but the good news is Betty ran great for coming straight out of the trailer and on to the track. And we’ll likely be running her tomorrow.
With it being a late night already and with us having a lot of work to do, we’re not gonna go live tonight. We’ll be back to go live tomorrow afternoon with an update on the motor situation in the Longhorn.
As always, thank y’all so much for your support!
...I mean I'm not sure. I'd say yes...but I've seen so many tracks call other things gs stock cars so no idea.I have a stupid question, I've tried googling this but couldn't get any answers. Are dirt late models considered stock cars in the same way asphalt late models are considered stock cars?