posted March 27, 2004 12:03 PM
we are just a little too loose from the center out. I really want to hug the rail right at the exit of the turn but the car wants to loosen off and I have to counter it. I'm thinkin to pull the rr in and the lr out will help along with about a lb less of air. But my problem is on the other turn the natural contour causes all cars to push a little and there has been my advantage to pass. any simple suggestions would be appreciated. we cant run a panard bar. thanks bob.
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posted March 27, 2004 04:32 PM
some tracks are give and take so take advantage where you can myself i would try your ideas one at a time i'd start with the air pressure and see if that will tighten you up a bit. another thing you may need to look into might be a heavy right foot coming off some guys don't think it can ever be them thats the problem it's aways the dang car lol just keep in mind what harry told cole loose is fast
posted March 27, 2004 08:14 PM
Your tire ideas sound good. Also I would check the roll out and use about a 1" less differents in size on the rear to see if that will help.
posted March 28, 2004 01:16 PM
What kind of car,what springs are on your corners,what are your corner weights and your cross weights?