posted February 06, 2001 11:54 AM
Now, I know a racer's best kept secert at the track (or one of them)is his shock setup. However I was wanting a few tips from you guys. I run on a 1/4 mile track with semi banked turns. I run a Dirt works multileaf setup and the track is fairly tacky. Other then the basic setup 76's and 94's I have never been given a straight answer from anyone on a good shock setup. Split values seem to be a good way to throw weight if you have the proper setup. Please post some advise!
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posted February 06, 2001 07:30 PM
Split ratio's work real good just as long it isnt a rough track.They go nuts .A good basic starting point for these are up front 3rebound 5 compression ,rear 3 comp , 5 rebound.Works real good on dry slick.If you run alot of left rear, the rf shock early in the night you might have to stick with a 50/50 shock.Sometimes it moves weight to fast a makes a push on a tacky track.