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Author Topic:   side bite
2nd2none
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 193
posted April 02, 2002 10:46 PM
750 LF 850 RF 200 LR 175 RR
74 LF 75 RF 94 LR&RR

60#'s LR 59% rear

J-bar 2nd to bottom hole on pinion and 9" above framerail

car is fast out of the gate but doesnt want to stick when gettin into the turn, gotta get in easy if not it wont stick and will slide up off track. what is the best way to keep the car like it is but increase sidebite? lower panhard bar?

RangeRover
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 140
posted April 03, 2002 07:13 AM
Use wheel backspacing to move the rear tires leftward. Maybe a 4" on RR and a 2" on left rear. Note that you will see a slight change on the scales, but it shouldn't be alarming and the effect of the rear contact patches moving leftward will give you that bite.

HIGH VOLTAGE
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 37
posted April 08, 2002 09:26 PM
MOVE SOME BALLAST WEIGHT UP AND OVER TO THE RIGHT SIDE TRY MOVING IT AFOOT AT A TIME.THIS WILL HELP TO STICK THE RIGHT SIDE GOING IN.

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