Drag Racing Specialties Accessories

DRS-101 Glueboard “With Handle & Non Skid Feet"


Glueboards are used to apply glue (traction compound) to your tires. Our method of doing this consists of applying two large dots of glue on your board and taking your index finger and smearing it around until it is smooth, and evenly applied on one end of the board.

Then you hold the front of your car with one hand and the rear of the car with your fingers up under the rear of the car. Then you roll the cars rear tires through the glue a few times and then turn the car upside down to make sure the glue is evenly applied around the tires.

Then take the car to the track and set the car down on the track perfectly straight about one inch behind the starting line. Then pick up your controller and drive the car down the track about ten feet as slow as possible to apply the glue evenly to the track.

How many times you do this depends on the type of car you race. When you feel you have enough glue applied glue your tires one final time and then set the front of the car down in the slot keeping the rear tires from touching the track.

Then move the car forward until the car is staged, and then set the rear of the car down perfectly straight and race from that position.

You will have to adjust how much glue you apply to both the glueboard and the track, but this is the method that works!

DRS-111 Screw In Motor Tab


Our Screw In Motor Tab "Fits All Sidewinder C-Can Chassis Except DRS-19, 20". It is used to make a car with a screw mounted motor. Unlike a stamped chassis this makes a very rigid mount that will keep your gear mesh where you set it. Good for the beginning racer and is not a permanent modification so when your soldering skills improve you can remove it.

DRS-115 Replacement Rear Wheel Assembly For DRS-25, 26 Dragbike


These are complete with hub, tire, pulley, and set screw.

DRS-116 Replacement Drive Belt For DRS-25, 26 Dragbike


This is for motor pulley to rear wheel pulley.

DRS-117 Replacement Press On Motor Pulley For DRS-25, 26 Dragbike


DRS-118 Replacement Front Wheel Assembly For DRS-25, 26 Dragbike


DRS-120 Hollow Set-Screws


We grind small setscrew flats on the axle 120 degrees apart. We do this because when you drill a wheel or gear to install a setscrew you are adding material that is a lot heavier than you remove. Therefor, installing your wheels and gear 120 degrees apart you are distributing this added weight evenly. DRS-120 Hollow Set-Screws are lighter in weight and help to further cut down on vibration. The flats also allow you to tighten the set-screws down less tightly, causing less distortion of the axle bore. They come 15 to a package.

DRS-124 .820 Diameter Solid Front Wheels 1/16” Axle Great For “Doorslammer” Type Cars


DRS-125 .500 Diameter Solid Front Wheels 1/16” Axle Great For “Funny Cars” Or “Dragsters”


These are the best value on the market. Heck you can buy two pairs of ours compared to some of the other vendors. Also these have a .050 axle hole so the wheels fit snug when you use the front axle for the front body mount (highly recommended) using stainless pin tubing.

DRS-134 Drag Guides These Are the Ones We Use, Black Color for Trik Trax Timing Systems


These guides are the “jet style” that we use instead of the inferior graphite guide. The graphite guides are not as straight when installed. Also if your car arcs a little it can cause the braid to melt to the guide. We sell the guides in the color black to trip the sensors on Trik Trax Timing System. These Are The Guides Of Choice On The Fast Record Setting Cars!!

DRS-135 Wheelie Bar For Stamped Steel Chassis


Put spring steel wheelie bars on your stamped steel chassis and end your problems with the ones made from wire.

DRS-138 Wheelie Bar Axle w/Wheels Fits All drag cars


Why take the time to build your own when you too can have the same wheelie bar axle set-up that we use.

DRS-142 .047 Retainers


Use w/ DRS-144 Wheelie Wheels, DRS-148, 149 Drilled Front Wheels ,and DRS-195 Spoked Front Wheels

DRS-143 .063 Retainers


Use w/ DRS-124, 125 Front Wheels

DRS-144 Precision .047 Axle Wheelie Wheels


The best there is. Same as used in the DRS-138 wheelie bar axle.

DRS-145 Retrofit Pillowblocks


from DRS-49 Chassis .025” thick

DRS-146 Stainless Steel .050 Pintubing for Body Mounts


Used to mount bodies on all slot cars. You absolutely must use stainless pin tubing when you use the front axle for the front body mount (highly recommended).

DRS-148 Drilled.820 Front Wheels .050 Axle Great For “Doorslammer” Type Cars


DRS-149 Drilled.500 Front Wheels .050 Axle Great For “Funny Cars” Or “Dragsters”


These are the best value on the market. Heck you can buy two pairs of ours compared to some of the other vendors. Also these have a .050 axle hole so the wheels fit snug when you use the front axle for the front body mount (highly recommended) using stainless pin tubing.

DRS-156 Pillowblocks W/ Wheelie Bar Brace


Fits most of the drag chassis on the market. Works well with the new high downforce bodies like the DRS-506, 515, 516.

DRS-157 Inline Motor Tab


Fits DRS-43, 44, 45, 46, 67, 68, 71, 72. Allows the use of a screw in motor!

DRS-158 Body Pins


These have a larger shaft size for a great fit in .050 pin tubing.

DRS-161 Genuine DRS Stainless Steel Chassis Tubing


This tubing is the real deal. Bob found this tubing in 1986 and has used it ever since. As used in the “Gunslinger” Tube Chassis!

DRS-189 .050” Stainless Steel Pintubing 12” length


DRS-195 Spoked .820 Front Wheels .050 Axle


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