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Author Topic:   stagger, offset, pressure, jacks.....
racinfool
Member
posted February 01, 2003 07:03 PM
Base guide lines for question - 76 Camaro leaf, 3000# w/ driver, 3/8 mile clay.

Assuming ride height and left % wgt, rear % wgt and cross are in the ball park.....my question is this:

In which order are the following track adjustments more effective (dramatic)? Another words which ones make the most difference vs which ones make the least (more sutle) difference:


1. Tire Stagger
2. Wheel Offset
3. Tire pressure
4. Weight jacks (front only)_(x-wght)
5. Adjustable rear shakles
6. ? Are there any other track adjustments?



bobaluuu
Member
posted February 01, 2003 10:58 PM
#6 first adj (driver attitude)
#1&3 at same time
then 2-4-5-
imho

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justin
Member
posted February 01, 2003 11:08 PM
In my opinion, bobaluu hit the nail on the head.

Justin

DMS CEO
Member
posted February 02, 2003 10:19 AM
I would go 4-2-5 but yeah either way that will get you close.


Big Dawg
Member
posted February 02, 2003 11:18 AM
I'f all of your % are close,then I would start with stagger,or on a leaf spring car you can adjust rear wedge with lowering blocks.I would use wheel offset and tire pressure to fine tune.I also agree with bobaluuu,that the driver has to be able to adjust to track conditions.


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