posted July 28, 2003 01:06 PM
I have been using 20-21 c@c on the lower links but am going to be expierementing with shorter links on a new chassis i wil be building here shortly to see if there is a benifit to shorter ones on one or both sides.
posted July 29, 2003 10:23 AM
Most chassis builders setup sheets that I have seen advise anywhere between 10 and 20 degrees on the left side...and -5 to 10 degrees on the right side.
The angle effects both rear steer and forward bite. On dry, 15 or so degrees on the left and level or so on the right generally works good. Tightens the car up, which is what you want on the dry.
posted July 29, 2003 10:23 PM
On normal track conditions I run about 10-15 deg angle in both lowers and when the track slicks up later in the year I run as much as 20 deg in the lr and level to only 5 deg in the rr. This on a 3 link chassis.
posted July 31, 2003 07:58 AM
Thanks to DLUNA and CUSTOMPERFORMANCE, I have made the changes, Both bars will be at 5 degree up for tacky and the left will go to 15 degree up for the dryslick/feature setup. I have a lot more adjustability now (from -5 to +20 degrees in both bars - so I should be able to find the setup best for my car. I will let you guys know how things go after this weekend. I appreciate the help!!! Racnfool