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Frank Galusha's Articles
Frank Galusha
Member since Jan 16 2018
Frank is the General Manager for EMi. Frank is a professional micro sprint driver and a part time sprint car driver. In his spare time he enjoys utilizing his 6’8” frame at the volleyball net where he masters the art of the spike and block! Frank is a technical expert in all things micro sprint and is an open wheel racing enthusiast.

Frank Galusha's Articles

by Frank Galusha - Posted in Tech
2/10/2020
This video shows you how to check your drive chain for damage, clean your drivetrain components, lubricate your chain and re-install on a Micro Sprint racecar.
by Frank Galusha - Posted in Videos
1/24/2020
Racing has been a part of Frank's whole life. Watch behind the scenes of what it takes to race micro sprints.
by Frank Galusha - Posted in Tech
4/20/2018
Ever wondered what it's like racing in Australia? Frank G. shares his experience racing micro sprints 'down under' and discusses the major differences seen at the track.
by Frank Galusha - Posted in Tech
4/11/2018
What is wheel offset and how can it improve your car's performance? Our wheel offset guide is your key to understanding wheel offset for your race car.
1/29/2018
How and when to service the rack and pinion in your micro sprint. Find out what can happen to your steering if you do not maintain the steering components.
by Frank Galusha - Posted in Tech
1/30/2018
The process on how to effectively winterize your fuel system in open wheel racing. This includes step by step instructions and recommended parts to use for your fuel system.
by Frank Galusha - Posted in Tech
1/25/2018
How to determine that you have adequate head clearance in your chassis. This article talks about the recommended height your helmet should be from the bottom of the roll cage and important reminders while building your car.
by Frank Galusha - Posted in Videos
5/11/2017
EMi Employee Frank and Speedway Motors employee Jeremy demonstrate how to properly measure for a race suit.
by Frank Galusha - Posted in Videos
6/5/2017
Eagle Motorsports, Inc. employee Frank takes a few minutes to discuss how to properly measure for a race seat.
by Frank Galusha - Posted in Videos
9/7/2017
Eagle Motorsports shows off their premier 3-spoke Micro Hubs.
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