posted December 10, 2002 03:36 PM
my first car went like this.1200lb spring RF 1000lb spring LF. A 175 lb spring RR and a 150 lb LR. Then 2 inch offset rims,on right side of car and 3inch offset on left side.Tires you want a 60 series in width.With a one to two inch "height" difference per side.To keep your car from "Hobby Horseing" use "Oil" filled shock with 50/50 or70/50 let off.Not sure what that means,but they work.Make sure you have a good rear end gear. That should do it. From a first timer to a first timer.Hope this is what you wanted.
racedevil2003 Dirt Roller
Total posts: 18
posted December 26, 2002 06:48 PM
I agree with Gordan3E except I'd run rear springs between 225# to 300#.With a 25 or 50# split.Running lighter than 225# will allow the car to roll to much.
Hope this helps.
thebigdirt Dirt Full Roller
Total posts: 62
posted December 26, 2002 10:05 PM
to help with body roll take out the rubbers on the body mounts just let it sit on the fram it will help.