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jammin
Administrator
posted March 11, 2001 03:14 PM
The car goes in the turns pretty loose, and is tight coming off...ok through the corner....just entry and exit problems....

What do you look at changing to make it better?



dirtracer14
Member
posted March 11, 2001 03:18 PM
Whats the track condition? What size track?


Rooster
Member
posted March 11, 2001 05:04 PM
We had that problem with the staggered rear springs, I never could get it to work for me. I moved the RR spring on top of the rear end, and went to a 4" offset on the RR, that helped on entry, then for exit the car wasn't as tight anymore because the RR spring wasn't trying to load the left. I did increase the left rear weight, it's been working.



MOD RACER#93
Member
posted March 11, 2001 06:26 PM
tell me a little about the current setup and track conditions. In general more wedge can loosen entry especially if you use alot of rear brake. Alot of loose entry can also be attributed to driving style and braking, but all this depends on the track. The staggered springs really shouldn't cause a loose entry condition because it effectivly de-wedges the car on entry, but on some tracks and conditions it will.


neverenoughbrew
Member
posted April 06, 2001 11:04 PM
quote:
Originally posted by jammin:
The car goes in the turns pretty loose, and is tight coming off...ok through the corner....just entry and exit problems....

What do you look at changing to make it better?



I haave to agree with taking out some cross


evilpinto
Member
posted April 07, 2001 01:25 PM
As always, the first thing to work on is the entry. You can't accurately diagnose and correct an exit problem until you get the entry right, because how you exit depends on how you got in.
I think Jammin' is giving a test here and the answer (assuming cross is close to 50%) is more RF spring.

Just .02 from a Pinto guy cuz there's no one home over there!