Good guide for beginners

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Re: Good guide for beginners

Postby hajes » Fri Jun 15, 2018 4:46 pm

Before you start, make sure you don't start at wrong place as most do:

[*] make sure your car is in perfect condition

[*] make sure your car seat isn't weakest link of whole system...LEARN TO DRIVE FIRST >>> https://www.hajes-racing.com/en/car-seat-is-the-weakest-point-of-every-car-learn-to-drive-first/

[*] understand trade-offs because whatever you change, you reduce only durability and efficiency, MORE INFO >>> https://www.hajes-racing.com/en/ecu-remap-guide-for-beginners-risks-and-trade-offs-of-chiptuning/

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Re: Good guide for beginners

Postby laihao » Fri Jul 13, 2018 3:55 pm

Thanks!

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