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Author Topic:   loose in 4-link, z-link
washeduptoo
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Total posts: 155
posted August 09, 2004 03:06 PM  
I went thru the achieves and I found some things that might help, like increasing the left front spring. Could someone explain how this will help? The car is loose in and when he gets on the throttle it pushes( probably caused when it gets on the bars) and he has to get off the gas and then back in it. The car is getting better, finished 2nd last time out. Trying to get better. Thanks

zeroracing
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posted August 09, 2004 08:03 PM  
ok increasing the lf spring will decrease the dynamic wedge when the car goes into the corner, and the less wedge the tighter the entry.
but your problem seems to me to be too much lr bite. how much are you running? if you decrease it some then it will tighten entry and free up exit at the same time.

washeduptoo
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Total posts: 155
posted August 10, 2004 04:08 AM  
We are running 110 lr, we have thought about lowering and we did last year, but we are also having a 3 wheeling problem and if we lower it, we are afraid it might make lf go higher. We might have to lower it anyway. Thanks

FASTLAP
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posted August 10, 2004 04:52 AM  
I agree with Zero. If you go from loose to throttle push, you hav too much drive in the lr. Lowering the lr should also help the hike, too.

[This message has been edited by FASTLAP (edited August 10, 2004).]

washeduptoo
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 155
posted August 10, 2004 07:25 PM  
Looks like we are going to have lower lr bite, how much would yall say to lower it, now at 110, maybe down to 50?

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