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Author Topic:   low line to hi line/setup changes?
bobaluuu
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Total posts: 474
posted November 15, 2004 08:26 PM  
what changes would be needed to change to running a hi line or middle line (assuming all stk susp exc springs and shocks) Lets go a step further and say your the fastest car low in the corners now but all the slower cars are holding that groove too. and would you be able to run a high final drive 722 and still run high in the corners

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joetaylor
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Total posts: 640
posted November 15, 2004 09:05 PM  
hey bob try a little lighter spring in the RR and easy on the throttle the wall does not move you will be on a fine line in the marbles loose is fast but hang on it will be a ride later joe

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if every thing is under control your not fast enough

[This message has been edited by joetaylor (edited November 15, 2004).]

joetaylor
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Total posts: 640
posted November 16, 2004 07:14 AM  
also drop 2# rr tire press (more grip)
I like the high line

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if every thing is under control your not fast enough

rico 08
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Total posts: 1139
posted November 16, 2004 12:29 PM  
I've always like to run a tight car on the top,seems like up there they are easier to turn..my car is loose so i tend to drive it on the bottom which is the fastest at my track 99% of the time.In my car it's hard to run the very top,it's so loose that the rear tries to hit the wall.

racer17j
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Total posts: 5390
posted November 16, 2004 03:49 PM  
I was under the impression that you were a cleen racecar driver racer 17j maybe I was wrong (with the crome horn)

racer17j
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posted November 16, 2004 09:29 PM  
you were right there joe with the help i have and the budget i run with i can't help but be clean i leaned a long time ago that if i wreck my car i have to fix it myself and pay for it too. i've only done that one time and that was kind of a payback deal

    

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