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Author Topic:   dry slick 3 link
pizzaman
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posted May 21, 2002 05:20 PM
If you could give alittle more information about you setup, spring rates, shocks, bar locations and the kind of handling problems you are having it will make it easier to give some suggestions.


pizzaman
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posted May 21, 2002 08:53 PM
On our car we run a 200# spring on the LR behind the axle, and a 150# spring infront of the axle, a biscut type pull bar, and a J-bar. On super dry tracks we will run a 4-off wheel on the RR, and like a 2-off on the LR. With pressures around 10 on the RR and 7 on the LR. Also on our car (Dirtworks) the trailing arms have different mounting holes, and we will move the left trailing arm up one hole, and move the right arm down one hole if it is real dry. Also we will usually raise the j-bar up on the frame so it brings the RR in more. As for shocks, we used the table that is in the performance bodies catalog for a dry slick track. Those shocks should get you in the ball park. Hope this helps a little.


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