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Author Topic:   6 Link D&M suspension posted and a 2001 Champion Chassis.
posted January 24, 2001 10:18 AM
Thanks to all who sent these in!


posted January 25, 2001 08:59 PM
Jammin, thanks for the work to seek out someone to send these pics to this site for all of us to look over and discuss......
EVERYONE wanted to see this, now that it's here NOBODY wants to comment......go figure

I don't understand how this lets the rear housing travel without bind, 2 forward links, 1 rear link ALL on different angle, all different lengths........I'm not very sharp some times........I can see how the timing of the bird cage changing would effect rear transfer........but I don't understand how this thing doesn't bind???
That's my question just to get some discussion started here on this subject.....
And just from what Jerry described for a fulcrum even a guy like me can understand these are totally different things.....Jeff

[This message has been edited by awkwardjeff (edited January 25, 2001).]

posted January 26, 2001 01:13 AM
4ord, Are these the same pics I was looking at before???? I must have been welding without the helmet again, I would have needed to be blind not to see the swing arms were not on the same bird I understand how it works, as the pinion angle changes under throttle input the rear housing is rotating on the rear mount of the swing arm...........NOW the rest makes sense,
that other Carr that is posted now looks like there was some thought put into that one. I like the narrow cage, and a few other things.......Jeff

posted January 26, 2001 08:55 PM
I am just a little confused. Looks like rr is floated 4 link to the front and not floated pull bar on rear.
The left looks not floated with 1 bar forward and one rear???? Can anyone clearify this?

posted January 26, 2001 09:58 PM
Well your right they do plant hard. Both sides are fully floated .The left is floated off 2 birdcages and the right uses the same birdcage for all links. All the rod lengths are the same except for the ones going to the back. If I'm not mistaken the one on the left is about 5" shorter. They use a longer pull bar also ,at least not like the 20" one that I have. I would think this would help from the middle of turnoff.I was really impressed with the way they come off the corner. I am sure though that when I install the fulcrum system from EAGLE that I'll smoke them. Hopefully I'll know in 2 weeks. Ain't racing great!!!!!


posted January 27, 2001 07:17 AM
Hey 49 I see that you are from Jacksonville. I assume that you will be at Milton and or east bay. Let me know, I sure would like to see the eagle set up.

posted January 27, 2001 10:53 AM
I would like to go run Milton but if they are running imca rules then I'll just pass and go run Volusia for 8 nites. My car doesn't have the door bars plated and I'm not going to all that effort for one nite when UMP doen't require it. I have serious doubts about IMCA and there rules. I have been poped real hard in the door before on high speed half miles and I don't thing that a piece of .049 over the bars would make any difference. If the cage is fabed right. We are trying to build a big "hee hee" motor to run with the UMP boys but don't tell!!!
Well if you see the big white and purple machine with #49 come say hi.


posted January 27, 2001 05:58 PM
Team 49,
We plan to go to Milton, then East Bay and finally Volusa. If you see a black and white tractor trailer hauler from New York with 4 Mods, That is us. Stop and say hi.

posted January 30, 2001 10:51 PM
i race agenst carr chassis all the time
they run 10 degrees of pinion angle and the cars are pretty fast good forward bite
only one problem all of the cars arnt the same each is a little diffrent and when u break somthing u have to wait for joe to fabricate a new one wich can be a lengthy process i race about an hour away from where carr is based so there are a few of them but ill stick with my harris

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