posted July 13, 2004 02:06 PM
This past weekend my buddy asked me to run his car. He has been struggling all year. He fabricated himself this year his rear for a 4 bar zlink. The car was drivable in hotlaps but when dryed up hold on. I believe their is too much roll steer caused by his 4 bar lenths. I believe he has his lengths up side down. Upper is 14" lower is 17". I suggested to him to lengthen the upper if possible and run a puch in the lower to reduce the length to 1" shorter then the top. Am I thinking correctly or out to lunch.
zeroracing Dirt Forum Champ
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posted July 13, 2004 05:12 PM
depends on what he is trying to do, i run like 4 inches longer lowers alot of the time to help control rearsteer and increase indexing, this is on the lr.
most people run 2inchs longer on top.
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