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Author Topic:   four link swing arm same car
taz_3tat
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posted January 22, 2002 09:54 PM
i was wondering around the web and ran across a company making chassis. name with held!! many of you may know who this is but there building a modified i belive with a swing arm on the left and a four link on the right??????? anybody seen this or heard of this? how well does it work ? any comments ?


devil wrench
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posted January 22, 2002 11:02 PM
A swingarm/z-link & 4-bar combo isn't a new secret. But it's usually a 4-bar on the LR and a Z-link on the right.


taz_3tat
Member
posted January 22, 2002 11:46 PM
oppps ur right my bad........
and who else is using this ?
you never hear of anyone talking about it...
is it not a good setup ?


devil wrench
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posted January 23, 2002 11:46 AM
It's a great setup. It's much better than a regular 4-link if the track is a little rough, as it keeps the rear roll steer numbers lower, so the axle isn't bucking and pitching with every bump. In the LM's, Rayburn, Rocket, GRT, and Warrior I know for sure are using it, and I'd bet most of the others are as well. It gives you the drive of the 4-link off the corner and the handling of a Z-link into, and around the middle of the corner. Most of the time you see it with the LR coil on the birdcage behind the axle.

I'm guessing you saw this on the Pierce site?

[This message has been edited by devil wrench (edited January 23, 2002).]

holeshot
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posted January 23, 2002 05:30 PM
www.bobpierceracecars.com


2nd2none
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posted January 27, 2002 03:39 PM
http://www.bmsmods.com

belleville motorsports modifieds are built with a 4-bar LR and swingarm RR. And hey the 2001 IMCA national points champ drove a BMS mod so they pretty much proved themselves