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Author Topic:   Monoleaf/coil question and advice
ScottGreer
Dirt Forum Racer

Total posts: 88
posted September 24, 2000 08:39 PM  
Has anyone ever tried floating the rear leafs to save them? Will this use the torque arm more effectively, by it not having to wrap the leafs under acceleration? What about floating just one leaf, leaving the other "clamped" to keep from having to install a panhard bar? We are going through leafs every 10 races, but the car works so good, maybe this will make it better? Thanks for any help recieved.

Scott

fenderbender
Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 1
posted October 04, 2000 06:37 PM  
Scott, I haven't driven a monoleaf car since the stock stub days, but there is one I run against. This guy just floated the rt rear, with a brake floater on the rt side and the left side clamped. it made him noticeably faster on a dry track.

[This message has been edited by fenderbender (edited October 04, 2000).]

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