Derby Worx SSX and Derby Worx Needles Wheels have been messaged a bit. I like the needles. They need lots of attention around the axle head area so plan on focusing on this area if you purchase these wheels/axles. The packet came with the required drill which was quite nice and unexpected.
No run time. Hopefully, this car will run at PWDR in February. The car will get painted later after I find optimal tuning to make it smoke. I am looking at a yellow body with some color in the "SLT" impression. Don't know what to use yet. The color would have to complement the Derby Worx Sticker.
Hi Amerrill, The thickness of the thread area of these wheels have been reduced to aid in inertia reduction. The thread portion is so thin that you can see though them. These wheels will run well w/o performing this procedure.
This car will be raced at PWDR against some of the top racers in the nation. At the Pro Level, everything has to be perfect to be competitive.
This car was commissioned several days ago. I bent an axle so I will have to wait till March to race it in the Pro-Stock Class at PWDR. The car does show promise.
The weight design/profile is designed for quick change weight biasing. The weights, in front of the rear axle, can be moved around to find optimal set-up for the fastest speed.
I am new to needle axle cars. The guys that run them at the Pro Level are very fast and it will take some time for me to get to their level given the limited time I have to spend on the cars at this time period. Murph