posted January 07, 2002 09:50 AM
Can anyone explain what tire stagger is. What is the proper way of using it.
techmaster35 Dirt Freak
Total posts: 259
posted January 07, 2002 11:20 AM
TIRE STAGGER IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE HEIGHT OF THE LEFT TIRE COMPARED TO THE HEIGHT OF RIGHT TIRE. IT CAN HELP YOU STEER IN THE CORNER IF YOUR RIGHT FRONT IS BIGGER THAN YOUR LEFT FRONT. IT WILL ALSO HELP ON THE REAREND SET UP TO.
6pack Dirt Maniac
Total posts: 128
posted January 09, 2002 06:52 PM
Stagger is the difference in circumference of the right and left side tires. It is preferable, on dirt, to run a "locked" rear end. A larger tire on the right rear helps the car turn. You can roll a baseball bat on a level surface and see the effect. However too much stagger can hurt you down the straights.
wkramer Dirt Full Roller
Total posts: 37
posted January 19, 2002 04:16 PM
stagger is an ADJUSTMENT tool get your chassis set up properly before you worry about stagger. you might benefit if you buy the book street stock chassis technology. you can get it through speedway. it will help you with set-up and adjustments on your car.
hrace18 Dirt Roller
Total posts: 9
posted January 19, 2002 11:46 PM
quote:Originally posted by wkramer: stagger is an ADJUSTMENT tool get your chassis set up properly before you worry about stagger. you might benefit if you buy the book street stock chassis technology. you can get it through speedway. it will help you with set-up and adjustments on your car.
I totally agree! Street Stock Chassis Technology is a great book for a beginner. You'll get alot of use out of it. Just my $.02 Bob
uforacing51 Dirt Freak
Total posts: 349
posted February 01, 2002 04:36 PM
Stagger, very helpful when getting the car to turn in the corners. Street stock technology: also very helpful. Stagger: what you do after you leave the bar that all the racers stopped at after the races.