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late96
07-18-2010, 11:37 AM
Is this possible?? Tried about everything possible. Combo car, spec engine, wrs55, 1/2 mile low bank smooth and dry. Ideas? Thanks

F22 RAPTOR
07-18-2010, 03:22 PM
Is this possible?? Tried about everything possible. Combo car, spec engine, wrs55, 1/2 mile low bank smooth and dry. Ideas? Thanks

Confused as to what the question is...
Need more specifics about the car.
What rear suspension, SwingArm, 4-link, Z-Link or a combination?
Pull bar or 5th arm?
J-bar or RS Panhard bar?
Springs?
This has all the earmarks of a fishing expedition, but I'll bite...
Rayburn's running SwingArm with pullbar and RS panhard bar usually dig pretty hard, harder than most 4-links. The shortfall is usually sidebite in this configuration which can be attributed to driving error, literally driving thru the traction. If your running the standard setup you also probably have too much LS percentage. Rayburn tend to be over tight, but raising your ride heights and relocating the RC to the left some will help the car turn, so you don't need to brake/sling the car loose so much. In the very slick you may want to switch to a J-bar for more sidebite, but you'll give up some drive...

late96
07-18-2010, 05:20 PM
pm sent to you..