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Author Topic:   Our 2004 Black Diamond Modified!!!
nolimit92
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posted April 24, 2004 07:51 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for nolimit92   Click Here to Email nolimit92     
This chassis was built by Ritchard Webster of Custom Performance. The No Limit Pit Crew built the rest, including decking, body, cockpit.

More pics at our website. http://home.att.net/~nolimit92/wsb/html/view.cgi-home.html-.html

What do you all think???

Mike
No Limit Racing

[This message has been edited by nolimit92 (edited April 24, 2004).]

udecide66
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posted April 24, 2004 02:10 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for udecide66     
That looks way nice!!!!!!
Let us know how it performs, always looking for a better chassis


nolimit92
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posted April 24, 2004 11:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nolimit92   Click Here to Email nolimit92     
THANKS!!!


So far we are very happy with the car. We are just going thru the learning curve of a 4 bar Z. Everyone says it will take 1/2 season to get really fast with these suspentions, but we are already running competivly and winning some heats and B-features. Its just a matter of learning the suspentions and driving techniques.

The car handles great and is easy to drive. We will see as the season progresses.

Mike

scrogham92
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posted April 25, 2004 08:11 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for scrogham92   Click Here to Email scrogham92     
I really don't know why you would need a 1/2 the year to learn the 4 link Z link set up. Start with 40 to 50 of lr and adust from there. run a 200 to 225 spring on the rr, remember if you run the spring on top the the rear end bar angle will not be affected. Try running the lr spring (200) in the front of the axel on the birdcage. This will keep the car smooth. don't hit the brake getting in, just apply them softly until you hit the apex of the corner. Your car will turn.


i8uracing
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posted April 26, 2004 12:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for i8uracing   Click Here to Email i8uracing     
Hey Mike,

The car looks awesome. You guys did a fantastic job on the sheet metal. I should have had you do my car when Richard had it.

I hope I will be able to get my wishbone Black Diamond to work as well. I still have a few weeks before the start of the season.

Al

nolimit92
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posted April 26, 2004 08:33 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nolimit92   Click Here to Email nolimit92     
You know I might be going to the same set up here in a few weeks. Been thinking of it and we are going to try it soon. I am sure you will be happy with the car!!! If you need some scale sheets for the car email me and I would be happy to help you with it. EMAIL me some pics of the car...

GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR 04 Black Diamond!!!

Mike
No Limit 92
Nolimit92@worldnet.att.net


CUSTOMPERFORMANCE
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posted April 27, 2004 03:07 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for CUSTOMPERFORMANCE   Click Here to Email CUSTOMPERFORMANCE     
I am working on a new chassis right now gettign the stub ready. I hope to incorporate the above mentioned suspensions plus the 2 link into one car, combo suspension mounts and to change between them just by changing links, locking birdcages, and using bolt on plugs for the lower links. Will keep you all posted.


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