posted March 21, 2005 06:12 PM
Ok you Mod guys can probley help me out, Ive been running street stocks now for the past 4 seasons are rules have opened up now and the rear suspensions are no more stock but more of an emod type suspension. It now has solid bars with heims still mounted in stock location on frame but with 3 holes of up and down movement on the rearend. I got one solid bar on the top of the housing, with 5 holes of adjustment at the frame and 5 holes of adjustment at the rear. And I got a panhard bar mounted off an adjustable bracket on the right rear of the car which runs to the left side of the housing. Its a brand new car and Im sort of green with it, we start in 2 weeks and I dont want to be pi$$ing the wind. Chassis builder basically told me to start everything off basic. He put the bars on the bottom of the housing in the middle holes and has the panhard bar set at level. Can you all give me some suggestions on a chassis like this, what to try, what will do what when changed. Like I said anything will help. Ive been a multi feature winner for the years Ive run but never a had a rear suspension with this much adjustment. Im running on a 3/8 mile high bank track. Heavy in heats and drier in the feature, sometimes she slicks clean over. But normally there is traction. Anything qould be great. Thanks
leapinlizard Dirt Freak
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posted March 21, 2005 08:13 PM
AS far as links and hiems go, the car doesn'r care what's holding it up. The new bars and links will not flex as much as stock stuff will. You may find a more precise set will do you better than being close did before.