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Author Topic:   94 rocket
tom
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 5
posted August 23, 2000 11:18 AM  
have 94 rocket 4 bar, need set up, have capibilitys lr behind. i was told ride hight of 2 3/8 lf, 2 3/4 rf, 9 1/4 rr,??. run on a small 3/8 track, dry on heat races, gets black one grove (bottom) at main.need help before i cut this car up. also i need to place about 3/4" of spacers on rack side to get my bump stear close on rf, is this comen for this front end.

GRTRacin9
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 6
posted September 06, 2000 12:55 AM  
Sounds to me like your RR is a little much, but your fronts are pretty close. As far as the spacers go, I personally would not recommend too much spacing. Finally, about cutting that chassis up, (I may be a little biased), GRT is the only way to go. I mean really, who's winning all the big races????

Duane
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 7
posted September 10, 2000 10:19 AM  
sounds like you have a 94 highrail car and the ride height is 9 1/4 on the right rear.

tom
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 5
posted September 10, 2000 04:39 PM  
quote:
Originally posted by Duane:
sounds like you have a 94 highrail car and the ride height is 9 1/4 on the right rear.

Duane: that is true it is called a high rail. I have now found out that on this car i cannot run left shock behind becouse of the frunt end geom: I went to W.Va last week with a normal set up( lr locked 110 bite , 53.5% left 55.%rear w/driver) car is to tite in lf 500 rf 550 lr 200 rr 225 Changed rr to 175 an car worked beter but still to tite in , had to go in the tern full throutel to get the car to start to tern , can not get this car to get eany natural roll in it got 105 lb of lead in it in three locations All high and just right of center . Car is naturaly 55% ls heavy w/driver and i am onley 135lb

bolteddown
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 20
posted September 21, 2000 11:47 PM  
If you go to cut it up I'll take it off your hands I love older 4-bar Rockets.

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