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Author Topic:   Harris chassis help
rdirt
Member
posted August 04, 2002 05:47 PM
Fellow modified racers Im currently running
a 2000 harris 3 link with thier pull bar
setup.The track was so slick sat you could
see the reflection of the lights.I can hold
my own in the pack but thats about it.any
suggestions. Thanks Rick

LF 550 8 psi 75 shock/RF 650 17psi 76-2
LR 200 8 psi 93-5 shock/RR 175 10 psi 94
shock travel
lf 2" rf 2"
lr 2 3/8" rr 2 3/4"
LS %50 Rear 58% cross 52% With 22 gals fuel
Have added 85# lead in front of cell
Less than 3/4 stagger on imca tires
straight pan bar behind L/S mt
pull bar 600# with 2" travel or less,set about 1" off center to left
floating brakes
left bar in top hole/RT bar in center hole
stagger springs rt behind.
The car will not Roll.3/8 track semi flat
PS does anyone know how I can contact Kelly
Shyrock
Thanks Rick


andykmod
Member
posted August 04, 2002 06:31 PM
You might want to increase your rear to about 60%,also might want to increase the angle of the panhard bar and add some lead to the rr frame rail.I see alot of guys around here that run the new Harris chassis are running a short pinion mount panhard bar and are fast on the dry-slick. Hope this helps.


Greggie
Member
posted August 04, 2002 08:47 PM
You can also try changing rear shocks to straight 93's if your track is still fairly smooth. The 93/5 is basically holding the left side of your car down precisely when it needs to roll the most. The 93 rr shock will also let your car get over on the rr more on initial entry as well. You can also go to a 75/3 left front to help this even more. I have also found that about 1/2" more ride height is beneficial on the slick tracks.
All of my suggestions are going to help you on initial entry, for the most part. More rear % and RF/LF cross will get you up off the corner after that.

Keep us informed on how it goes.

Greggie

dirttrackracer
Member
posted August 05, 2002 04:56 PM
Something sounds like it could be bound up on rear,you should get a lot more travel on pull bar with 600 spring(you may need deeper gear)3 inches would be better.let us know what you find.