You need to start by pointing your buggy in a known direction, so you can end up in the right spot ("going straight", even if your buggy is built to curve.) There are several ways you can choose to do this alignment, but one way is to clamp a scope on some defined axis on your buggy, and look through it to sight an alignment target that you place by the finish line. Line the scope up with the target, and you have the buggy pointing in the right direction.Not sure if there's a thing somewhere about this, but how would you use a scope to align the buggy? Is it for going straight or something?
Last year at nats I had to lay down on the ground like a sniper to sight in my buggyScope? Of course.Ok, thanks
Are you planning to use a rifle scope in your buggy?
If so, are you planning to do the thing that you mentioned?
4 feet off the ground? Naw... I gota get down on the ground. But I'd like to see it!
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