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Author Topic:   fastest, most effective dryslick changes ??
rpm20
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 338
posted June 01, 2005 05:23 AM  
last night we went in from our heat and started making some changes for the dryslick b main we were sure to have.
then all of a sudden the announcer says the b needs to be in lineup, we had the car apart and no time to make the needed changes we were half way there but needed more....a lot more.

so my question is....with a 4-z and a pullbar .....what are the fastest most effective changes that can be made to adapt to the slick track.

Xtreme12x
Dirt Forum Champ
Total posts: 874
posted June 01, 2005 07:32 AM  
Wheel offsets, pulling the RR in and LR out, RF out also.
Shock changes are also quick... But so are trailing arms if you have an electric impact.

Lead, Fuel, Wheel Offsets, Shocks, Air Pressure are the fastest and easiest things to change in minimal time. The other thing is dropping the Panhard down a hole on the pinion whether it be a J bar or shorty bar. Get a good 1 1/8 socket on an impact and knock that thing off there and snap it back on in no time.

rpm20
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 338
posted June 01, 2005 07:43 AM  
thanks extreme, good advice.

on my dw8 i also have a pullbar bracket thats further left by 3" and lower, you think it would be too much to use that and if i did should i lower the whole pullbar and go to the 3" further left????
this bracket is about frame height to about 8" above the frame (which is where my lowest setting on my centered bracket is)


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Originally posted by Xtreme12x:
Wheel offsets, pulling the RR in and LR out, RF out also.
Shock changes are also quick... But so are trailing arms if you have an electric impact.

Lead, Fuel, Wheel Offsets, Shocks, Air Pressure are the fastest and easiest things to change in minimal time. The other thing is dropping the Panhard down a hole on the pinion whether it be a J bar or shorty bar. Get a good 1 1/8 socket on an impact and knock that thing off there and snap it back on in no time.



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