posted July 07, 2002 07:41 PM
I was just doing some set-ups and would like a group opinion on antisquat and 9" (short arm) 3 link set-ups. I notice the car this last weekend that it had alot of Hike in the car the minute the driver got on the pedal. Also, the car remained up down the straight. Would it not be better to 1) lower the left rear trailing arm a hole moving the weight transfer point further forward, 2) use less pull rod angle or 3) add a little lead at the fuel cell? Please let me know what you think. ON a related issue the right rear was significantly hotter then the left at the completion of the race. Should I raise the panhard bar for more roll over? Should I Add static right rear? Should I just take a nap. Thanks
28 Dirt Full Roller
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posted July 08, 2002 02:37 PM
You don't want to lower your panard bar because that will promote even more body roll which will hike the LR even more and put even more heat into that RR. Lowering your left link and raising your pull bar should fix the problem.