posted July 10, 2005 08:45 AM
I am used to racing a 108 metric.But flipped it last week destroying it.I have borrowed a 112wb car the percents are left 58, rear 54, cross 49.The bite is 273 springs are 1100rf 900lf 325 lr 275 rr.The front weight split is over 300 pounds 900lf 600rf.It pushes like a dump truck!!!!I could get it throttle loose but then it wanted to come around.?I am thinking of putting a spacer in the right front and moving the rr spring to the lr and getting a 225 for the rr????What ya think?Mostly dry slick track all nite 1/4 some banking?
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racer17j Dirt Forum Champ
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posted July 10, 2005 09:33 AM
I run the same springs. 225 lr, 175 rr. But that's just me. 112" Cutlass. I haven't scaled it yet, so your on your own there. Don't ignore your stagger, too.
Steve Dupree Dirt Freak
Total posts: 316
posted July 12, 2005 07:09 PM
Well in a ford you move the stablizer bar on the right foward. It will put weight on left front and give you better handling. Our split up front is 938 lf 807 rf 901 lr 830 rr and car is great. One other thing i think after looking closer to your post you have way to much left weight 53% is plenty.