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modracer09
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 68
posted November 14, 2005 09:04 AM  
hey guy i run a class called sport stock and we just went to a 3 bar rule where we can run a spring loaded top link or rubber biscit.
also the lowers can not be floted no coil overs or elimantors. can run jacking bolts thou.. also plan on running a jbar

did a few serches and came up a bit short on the info i wanted..

i see most people run anywhere from 10-15deg on the lr bar and about 5-10deg on the rr bar. The top bar 15deg down.. also rear spring placement. looked at some stuff up this way and seems like the lr in front and the rr behind. andy help with sprin rates and shock are good help.. car is a lm style with a comaro stock clip. weight 2700lbs with 8" tires or 3000lbs with 10" tires. engin set back no further than num 1 spark plug with upper ball joint. where thinking of 800lf 900rf 200lr and 175rr

any help its good help thank yo all

modracer09
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 68
posted November 14, 2005 06:43 PM  
anybody? i dont know anything about the 3 link setups

ctfarm
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 211
posted November 15, 2005 04:10 PM  
Look in the tool box on this site and check out the chassis setup sheets.Lots of good info there.


redrcr88
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 14
posted November 20, 2005 08:01 AM  
dirt right? i think mounting the spings on top of rear end keeps it netrual maybe good place to start for you .how long are the trailing arms? you prob dont want more than 100 split on rear of car remember when you make mount for traiking make it adjustable the more angle in left bar will make car lift to a point on 3 link i think your front springs might need to be bigger since the motor is up there hope this helps some way

modracer09
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 68
posted November 21, 2005 04:13 PM  
yes this is for a dirt set up.
links are going to be 15"-17" long may run a 15 on the ds and a 16-17 on pass side.. was told this helps get roll steer quicker.

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