posted September 11, 2002 12:34 PM
I race at a track where we race prostocks that run a 3 link. There is one individual who dominates this class because his chasis is so good. He lifts the left front of the ground through the corners like a late model. There is a rumor that his car is six inches wider than every one elses and that he has adjustable trailing arms. Why is it that late models left fronts come of the ground and would adjustable trailing arms help. And is the fact that his car may be wider than ours helping him.