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dirtslinger66
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 9
posted September 06, 2001 05:59 PM
car has no side bite or forward bite car has 52.25 left side 56.22 rear 49.54 cross with no lead car works good when tacky when it gets dry slick we put 75-3 on lf 76-3 on rf and 93-5 shock on lr and add 75# of lead on right rear and 75# in the center at the rear bumper. it has a z link with long pull bar panhard bar behind rear end 21 inchs long tire presures are lf 10 rf 15 rr 12 lr 10 front spring are rf 750 lf 700 rr 225 lr 275 and are on the swing arm

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dirtslinger66
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 9
posted September 11, 2001 09:15 PM
anyone??

owracer
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 103
posted September 11, 2001 11:01 PM
What angles are your lower swing arms mounted at? What angle is your pull bar mounted at? What angle and height is your pan hard bar at?
More angle up at the front of lower swing arms helps forward bite. More angle down at the front of the pull bar helps forward bite also. Raising the pan hard bar with more angle from the frame to the axle helps side bite.

dirtslinger66
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 9
posted September 11, 2001 11:20 PM
PANHARD BAR IS 3/4 INCH HIGHER AT THE FRAME AND IT IS 21 INCHES LONG. THE SWING ARMS ARE THE LONG ONES AND THE LEFT IS IN THE TOP HOLE AND THE RIGHT IS ONE HOLE FROM THE TOP THE PULL BAR IS IN THE BOTTOM HOLE ON THE CHASSIS

WPP
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 47
posted September 12, 2001 05:28 AM
I run my swingarms 18 degrees and 13 degrees . You need a angle finder to find out what you have . Also check your ride heights it can make a big change on the angle with everything panhard bar amd pullbar swingarms.

hm
Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 3
posted September 13, 2001 11:20 AM
First you need to get your left side % up, make it almost equal to the rear. When the track drys out don't put a 75-3 on the lf, either a 75-0 or 76-0, this will allow the weight to transfer to the lr faster than it will to the rr. Also, don't put 75pds in the rr, if you need more bite or need the car tighter, put a round or two of bite in it, focus on adding weight to the lr.

dirtslinger66
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 9
posted September 13, 2001 03:37 PM
PANHARD BAR 10 DEGREES LEFT SWINGARM 15 DEGREES RIGHT AT 5 DEGREES pull bar 20 degrees

[This message has been edited by dirtslinger66 (edited September 15, 2001).]

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