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Author Topic:   please help-car won't turn
wingnut
Member
posted June 25, 2001 11:14 PM
It's really hard to say....there are sooo many variables......Usually, a throttle push will be something that you can cure by taking some cross out, and maybe take some of the RR lead out of the car also, it will help. Anyone else got any ideas?


jammin


Sidebite
unregistered
posted June 26, 2001 04:30 PM           
Being inconsistent through the turns, I would look for binding somewhere. Maybe in the sliders or possibly even springs or shocks.


KK17
Member
posted June 26, 2001 05:45 PM
FIrst things first. I don't know what your chassis builder recommends but I would reset the entire car to his recommendations. A big throttle push could be the result of excess rear percentage in combination with your left rear bite. we run a similar set-up but, run a chevelle frame. I agree with Jammin and the others. Take out the lead, look at left side percentage, what about rear ride height? have you tried softer front springs to help the car turn? Boy are there alot of things to look at. As I said, GO back to basics,then make corrections bsaed on the feel of the car.


Todd
Member
posted June 29, 2001 07:30 PM
Those Springs seem a little heavy for the front to me. have a 800lf and 900 rf.


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