For a few years in that era the eccentric pills are between the spindle C’s rather than on top. If your spacer between the spindle and the C is round, there is not any adjustment. If they look like a thin 17mm nut, your eccentrics are hidden there.
Did you use to live in KC? The car looks familiar, maybe I have just seen it on KCSR.
I would wait until you have a decent day to run in the dry to see how close you are on a normal setup. The more seat time you have the more you will be able to tell if its the driver or the kart that needs tweaking.
@Sleek98 haha small world. Yep grew up in KC area. Moved away in 2006. Lived in Seattle area since 2010.
Yeah unfortunately probably 4-5 months away from getting some predictable dry days to go out and try setup
@Bimodal_Rocket no that was the compression ratio. E98 is the fuel. 98% ethanol. EFR is a series of borg Warner turbo. 64ish mm in size. Motor should be good to a 1000 hp but trying to maintain a little reliability so it will he kept at the 7-800 range. Backed by a liberty gears dog box (non synchronized straight cut gears). All ran off a Haltech stand-alone system. It’s currently in a major overhaul stage. And has kinda been pushed aside for this new karting hobby.
Thats some impressive fuel and a decent sized turbo. this year was my first year and I am doing a tent program so I cant help you with tuning much but I run a similar class (world formula) id be happy to answer questions about driving but I might not be the best person to do so.
No I never had a logger on the old setup. New setup isn’t done. New setup has more info than you can shake a stick at. Brake pressure, throttle position, shock pots, 4 wheel speed sensors you name it. But since it’s still in pieces no data to use. Haha
And I imported with racestudio 3. But when I click on anything it either loads some analysis app or dumps me in RS2