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Author Topic:   pan hard bars and upper torque link
armintroutracing
Member
posted September 22, 2003 11:37 PM
Are 2004 rules says we can run this type set up. Will i be left in the dust if i dont change my car?


OppendikeRacing29
Member
posted September 23, 2003 01:30 AM
if everyone else runs it and you dont, ull be in the dust, it will take a lil while for everyone to tune it in tho


way2fast
Member
posted September 23, 2003 03:51 AM
I agree, we had a coil spring car that we could run the p/hard bar and didnt, until we figured out that they do make a lot of difference, may as well keep up with your changing rules , if you run the panhard bar and stock upper links, you need to remove one of them, causes a severe bind. I think we took the left link off. but never experimented with one or the other, maybe somthing there.


fast8
Member
posted September 23, 2003 08:52 PM
Where do ya race?


pandr
Member
posted September 23, 2003 08:53 PM
youll want to straighten your lower arms also..

and if you can lengthen them.

armintroutracing
Member
posted September 23, 2003 09:07 PM
here is the rule. aftermarket pan hard bars optional, but must be solid. after market upper torque link (24" max lenght) optional,but mounting point on car must be within axle centerline. thanks.


pandr
Member
posted September 23, 2003 09:15 PM
as long as you are aloud a 24" pull bar, and a pan hard bar there is no need for an upper link, but must string left side.
So I guess the answer to your question is yes if you don't switch you will most likely be left in the dust....


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