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Author Topic:   Ford Escort FWD racing ??????
Dirt-Tracker
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 182
posted September 08, 2003 04:59 PM  
Need some help here guys.....have a ford escort that we run in what they call Hobby Stox around here. What can I do to make this front wheel driver go through the corners better. Do we use same theory as our Rear drivers. Tire pressures, weights, anything would be appreciated. This is a new class around here and most are having trouble with bad push through corners. Thanks

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wizzard
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 306
posted September 10, 2003 07:24 PM  
if ya need heavyer springs that are stock dig into a escort wagon.

ladiedriverk26
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 24
posted September 17, 2003 02:33 PM  
Hey,I race a FWD Dodge Daytona and what we have found out is that ( if it is legal in your class ) setting the camber a few degrees ( leaning the top of the wheel in towards the car ), on the right side provides better traction in the corners. You can also set the camber on the rear wheels 2-3 degrees.Also, if you set the toe to the neutral position; or even perhaps just a bit toed out, tires leaning in towards front of car; ex.---> / \ .

Really hope this helps...

[This message has been edited by ladiedriverk26 (edited September 18, 2003).]

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