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Dirt Full Roller

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posted July 26, 2004 06:52 PM  
i have a4link/z link car when car is hooked up hard and left front comes off the ground about 8 to 10in my pit crew and others say they have seen the left rear tire come off the ground going into turns for maybe a second has anyone else see or heard this i told them they are crazy car would break loose

Dirt Forum Champ
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posted July 26, 2004 07:03 PM  
the car will get really loose in a hurry if you pull the lf and lr. i have pulled both, and also pulled both fronts. when you pull both fronts the car is impossible to drive, and when you pull both lefts the car is imposible to drive. best bet keep it on 3 wheels.
my car can get teh lf about 15 inches before the lr picks up, so maybe you should look at your frame, is been hitting hard, also maybe you should lower the underslung some, make a curve in it so it goes down.

Dirt Forum Champ
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posted July 27, 2004 12:10 AM  

is it this noticable??

Dirt Maniac

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posted July 27, 2004 09:18 AM  

Dirt Administrator

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posted July 27, 2004 10:17 AM  
Holy sidebite Batman!!!!!!!!

[This message has been edited by True Blue (edited July 27, 2004).]

[This message has been edited by mod70 (edited July 28, 2004).]

Dirt Full Roller

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posted July 27, 2004 02:15 PM  
Assuming a 2400 lb car, a 108 inch wheel base, and a 1200 front weight, you pulled 20 G's.

Dirt Maniac

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posted July 27, 2004 10:56 PM  
WOW lets call that SIDE BITE

Dirt Freak

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posted July 28, 2004 07:19 PM  
Drove a HASSY car last season that would pull both front wheels when tacky. I think the "g force" figure is wrong, maybe because it doesn't take what the bars do into account. If the rear end was mounted solid it might take that many g's, but a human passes out after about 10 .... shrugs

Dirt Forum Racer

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posted August 02, 2004 02:24 AM  
We had a brand new big name chassis that would lift the left rear in the corners with a 2 link. Of course the reason was the factory mounted the left upper shock and spring mounts too high! We jacked the car up from the frame and we only had 4 inches of travel. Combined with a low roll center it would pick the tire, then head for the wall.

Dirt Full Roller

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posted August 02, 2004 08:01 AM  
You are correct Dirtmod (i must have been in a diabetic stuper), the correct number is 3 G's. WT = G's * car weight * CG height/Wheel base, so G's = 1200*108/18*2400 = 3. Thats still a lotta G's for a mod, sure it diddn't hit a bump? I'm glad i don't have to race aganst that torque monster.

Dirt Full Roller

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posted August 02, 2004 08:05 AM  
I mean Mod4

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