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    Chaining down LR

    Seeing some guys tightening the chain down on LR on some smaller tracks.

    Anyone have experience doing this? Pros / Cons?
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    we dropped the RR bar down a hole and it seemed...

    we dropped the RR bar down a hole and it seemed to help.
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    thanks will give it a try

    thanks will give it a try
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    RR lifting - B mod

    we are having a small issue with the RR lifting when the LR hits the chain, causing a short interruption in traction on exit. i really don't want to chain down the RR.

    What are some other ways to...
  5. Thread: Scaling

    by outlaw4j
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    How much weight does a newer DLM typically need...

    How much weight does a newer DLM typically need added?

    I know on the mod side there are several of the newer cars that take no ballast at all to make weight. A lot of those guys smash and go as...
  6. Thread: E85 carb

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    we run a jdr and it works well. good tech support...

    we run a jdr and it works well. good tech support as well
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    any chance you have a link to that?

    any chance you have a link to that?
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    Can the soft LR keep the push in car?

    Can the soft LR keep the push in car?
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    sail panels - open or closed

    can run sail panels open or closed with 4" spoiler. Is one preferred over the other?
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    metric front geometry points

    Am looking to play around with a roll center calculator. Anyone know or have a link to the stock metric points? Or have a metric file for Performance Trends roll center calculator?
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    Metric Rear Trailing Arm Positions

    Multiple mount holes for rear arms - what is the best orientation for a metric car for the lower arms? Should left and right side be in the same holes (up and down from rear end)? Left lower, Right...
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    wide ranging question but... there are a ton...

    wide ranging question but...

    there are a ton of options. Do you want to spend $200 or $2000? Any of the major shock companies make good stuff. Basic twin tubes like the Afco and Pros, mid range...
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    There is no performance difference braking force...

    There is no performance difference braking force wise.

    But when the calipers are mounted to the front they are more susceptible to mud and or stones pushing in, this can cause knock back of the...
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    I ran one for a handful of races last year. I...

    I ran one for a handful of races last year. I didn't see the weight savings I was hoping for. In fact the 28" Plastic tank I put in was just barely lighter than the 31" aluminum tank I took out.
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  15. what is the preferred grinding method?

    what is the preferred grinding method?
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    thx for sure. right now we are looking at a...

    thx for sure.

    right now we are looking at a 2010 Rocket...anyone have experience with them? good year / bad year for rockets?
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    ride rate check is useful anytime you want to...

    ride rate check is useful anytime you want to change a spring and maintain ride height

    spring rate x (free length - installed length) = ride rate

    Using this if you want to go from a 250# to a...
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    older rockets vs mastersbilt

    we are looking at possibly picking up an older late model to run some laps this year.

    our budget puts us at looking at 08-10 year cars based on what we are seeing. in our area most of the cars...
  19. Thread: hot rr tire

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    alright I will try both ways and see what works. ...

    alright I will try both ways and see what works.

    best analogy I have heard is to think of it like a bench grinder, both wheels are spinning the same, if you lightly touch something on one wheel...
  20. Thread: hot rr tire

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    ok...this is where this topic usually ends up is...

    ok...this is where this topic usually ends up is as split.

    I believe it is a loading issue because both tires spinning, or both tires are sliding.

    So it is easy enough to do a test, but...
  21. Thread: hot rr tire

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    hot rr tire

    so if your RR tire is considerably warmer than your left rear, what is this telling you?

    I have heard both it needs more loading and less loading, so trying to get to the real deal
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