Wrench’s Fun Fact: The Deadly Combination

Are tired of being dusted in every race? Do you want to know what the secrets to creating the deadliest racing car on the streets are? Your performance on the race tracks and your ability to complete missions in Eat My Dust is highly depended on how you put together your racing machine. Check out some of Wrench’s tips below and start building your killing machine to bring glory to your team!

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Speed is obviously one of the most important functions you need to pay attention to. As you rank up, you can unlock special car components that can help you enhance the speed and acceleration of your car dramatically. However, you should also consider boosting your offroad and handling specifications as it is important to learn how to control your car so you don’t end up flying off the road or crashing into obstacles because you were driving too fast.

Also, switching up your driver can also help you boost your cars performance. You can pick from Ninja heads, to pumpkin heads, to skulls. However, be sure to try out a few different drivers to find the one that best suits your technique and skills. Lastly, gear up your car with the fiercest weapon you can find and start terminating the zombies!

Beating your buddies’ race time can be so much easier if you have the best combination to wipe out your competition. Let the other racers eat your dust in the next race! Head over to the Mechanic Shop today and suit up your car with gears to speed up!

Wrench’s Fact: Off-Road Tires

Do you want to know what it takes to be the King of the Hill in Eat My Dust? Then, you’ll need a little real world car knowledge to keep you on top of your game. After all, how much do you really know about Off-Road tires? These tires are specifically installed onto vehicles for Off Road activities, ranging from sand-racing and rock-crawling, to mud-plowing.

Photo by Royal Broil

Photo by Royal Broil

These situations are similar to some of the dangerous terrains that you and your racing rivals might encounter around Eat My Dust, so you might consider a trip to our in-game mechanics shop to equip your vehicle with the best components and ensure that you have the meanest ultimate racing and zombie-dusting machine around!

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Wrench’s Fix-Up Facts

It is no surprise that racing cars varies in many different ways from that of regular cars. A little known fact, is that most of drivers have nitrogen filled tires instead of air. This is because compressed nitrogen contains less moisture than compressed air. This is highly beneficial for drivers since they take off with such torque, the tires get highly heated, the moisture in the tire vaporizes and expands, helping the driver handle the car better.

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Have you ever wondered what small things could help you while racing against your friends in Eat My Dust?