View Full Version : How to get car to transfer weight from lf to rr

07-21-2010, 05:23 PM
I have a 09 rocket black front. Car will get on rf and turn good and gets up on the bars very good but it feels like the rr is just kinda skating it has very little side bite. I normally run on a momentum 3/8ths of a mile track but we went to a 1/4 mile stop and go type track and car has no side/rr bite at all. i like a car to dig on the right side tires. I was at around the 70 lb of lr bite and a person told me if i back it down to about 15 lb of lr bite that the rr would dig better. I have always ran modified so im just looking for a direction to go in.

07-21-2010, 05:28 PM
Raise J-Bar on the frame

07-21-2010, 06:09 PM
the mount is at 8.5" to the center on the frame... do i need to go up?

2R Rocket
07-21-2010, 06:38 PM
the mount is at 8.5" to the center on the frame... do i need to go up?

I feel my '06 Rocket[blk] is most comfortable, for me, and is fast when Im at 9 1/4" center of j-bar on frame. Good at most tracks. Bottom hole at pinion. You may want to increase wedge? If you dont like more wedge, try the "rock-it-up" set up.

07-21-2010, 07:43 PM
Try 9, and bottom hole of the pinion. I'd also agree with the above poster, for a stop and go track increase your wedge.

07-21-2010, 09:18 PM
What spring`s you running on the lf and right rear what hole`s are your right bar`s in,what`s the comp and reb at on the rr

07-21-2010, 09:28 PM
If the rf is pined over and your running on a dry track may just need to move the waight higher in the chassis waight low in the chassis moves strait across the trackwaight above the center of gravity transfers down planting the rr to low gives the car the filling it's scatting a cross the track