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· Dave Capelen
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Hi Chris

You might have the slightly lower more recent chassis, which will nick against any joints that aren't absolutely flat. Also if your tyres are well worn it won't help, as happened to me after 2 years with my Mosler, such that the chassis was catching the joins in the track on our wooden club track. Plus if you are using the lowest profile NSR tyres, that will also reduce the ride height.

My solution was new rear tyres - yours might be to try and flatten the joints out. Mosler motors tend to show a bit of occasional damage from scraping on track, as the chassis is so low in the first place - but it shouldn't be touching the track consistently during a lap.

Cheers
Dave
 
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