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spanky
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posted 06-12- 09:15 PM sssss     Click Here to See the Profile for spanky   Click Here to Email spanky     send a private message to spanky   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I think I would just try to adjust it by putting two turns in the right front and put one turn into the left rear. You can keep doing this until you feel the car getting to tight or pushy, I had the same problem and did this it seemed to work just fine

Rick
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posted 07-23- 08:48 PM sssss     Click Here to See the Profile for Rick     send a private message to Rick   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I think I'd look at playing with a front sway bar, even if you had to lighten up your springs in the front particularly the RF. The idea of the bar is to control roll and should plant the LR coming off.Rick

RickP
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posted 07-24- 12:11 PM sssss     Click Here to See the Profile for RickP   Click Here to Email RickP     send a private message to RickP   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Sixwillwin,
You mention having too much roll over on the RF. How close are you to bottoming out and are you? As long as you aren't hitting the bump stops I'd leave it.

One thought on the spring split the rear is low around 25#/in. I think by increasing the RF and not doing anything on the left making the front split greater is going to upset the car. What effect would raising them both the same have?
RP-02BB

RickP
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Sixwillwin,
You mention having too much roll over on the RF. How close are you to bottoming out and are you? As long as you aren't hitting the bump stops I'd leave it.

One thought on the spring split the rear is low around 25#/in. I think by increasing the RF and not doing anything on the left making the front split greater is going to upset the car. What effect would raising them both the same have?
RP-02BB

CHASSISCAT
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Remember:
Stagger gets you in.
Wedge gets you out.


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