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gould
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Total posts: 730
posted April 18, 2004 05:56 PM  
ok guys, i made it with out spinning myself out. know how do i drive it faster. i hung with em for awhile but they slowly pulled away. maybe im tip toeing a little too much. they was only beating me in the corners. i can tell you this much, i had one heck of a time!! maybe all i need is more seat time.

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racerman707
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Total posts: 374
posted April 18, 2004 06:44 PM  
You can use lighter springs and shocks on the right side to help side bite.

racer17j
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Total posts: 5390
posted April 18, 2004 06:52 PM  
Gould sounds like you done pretty good, hang in there the more seat time you get the better and bolder you get. Good luck. Eddie

gould
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Total posts: 730
posted April 18, 2004 07:09 PM  
i can get em going in, just carrying my speed through the corner.

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joetaylor
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Total posts: 640
posted April 18, 2004 09:08 PM  
what kind of car do you have if it is a gm metric increace the angle on the left lower control arm at least n inch on one end and a big difference will be noted hope this helps

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racer17j
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Total posts: 5390
posted April 18, 2004 09:41 PM  
turns 1 and 2 it was pretty good, 3 and 4 it got a little tight in the middle. joe...i dont think our rules allow that.

Raz_900
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Total posts: 635
posted April 19, 2004 01:52 PM  
Check tire temps on the right front.

This weekend, mine was tight... very tight... like trying to knock the wall down tight and the inside of the right front tires was 40 degrees hotter than the outside. Pulled 3 shims out of the right front upper arm, upped the left rear spring from a 225 to a 250 and it helped tremendously. Without the tire temps, we woulda been guessing. Although my impression of no right front traction was pretty accurate.

    

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