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7a
Member
posted May 31, 2001 03:55 PM
got a bad push in the middle of the turn rf 750 sring and a 753 shock lf 650 with a 75
rr 200 with a 94 lr 200 with 946 torque 900 spring with 2 in travel53% rear 51%left 49% dia trailing armes 5% uphill doesnt matter where i put the panhard bar ?????? pls help national sercet in town tommaro


Wauge28
Member
posted May 31, 2001 04:00 PM
I am surprised you can get 51% rear to push

3 link I assume? J-bar, long panard, or short panard? What tires? can you get stagger? What Chassis?

Wauge28
Member
posted May 31, 2001 04:03 PM
You say you have tried the panard bar and no change...Have you tried to raise the whole thing? Both ends?


MOD#11
unregistered
posted May 31, 2001 04:26 PM           
Take off split valves and raise both sides of panhard the same if car is good entering corner.


Wauge28
Member
posted May 31, 2001 05:02 PM
I agree with mod 11 except for the shocks. Keep the split so your forward bite stays. I assume by going with the split, you run a dry slick track? If you raise your panard and reduce teh roll, it will not push as bad in the turn and still give you bite coming off. Especially with 51 rear!! Are you getting out of the turn OK? I run 56 minimum without weight added and usually get 60 when it gets slick.


CUSTOMPERFORMANCE
Member
posted May 31, 2001 05:51 PM
GUYS REREAD HIS QUESTION. IT IS 53% REAR AND 51% LEFT SIDE


LITTLEMAN
Member
posted May 31, 2001 06:37 PM
SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE SOMETHING BOTTEMING OUT OR BINDING UP,IF NOT CHECK CAMBER ON RIGHT FRONT SHOULD BE 1/2 DEGREE NEGATIVE AT THE TOP OF YOUR SHOCK TRAVEL.ALSO I HAVE SEEN THE WRONG FRONT END PARTS CAUSE THE TIRES TO TOE OUT ON BUMP,JACK YOUR FRONT END UP USING THE CENTER OF THE FRONT CROSSMEMBER AND WATCH THE FRONT TIRES IF THEY TOE IN AND OUT YOU HAVE A BUMPSTEER PROBLEM.HOPE YOU FIGURE IT OUT HANDELING ILLS REALLY TAKE THE FUN OUT OF RACING.LATER LITTLEMAN


tls88mod
Member
posted May 31, 2001 09:22 PM
Soften your front springs and your right rear spring. Usually a throttle push is from to stiff of front springs. Softer right rear will help the car turn in the middle.


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