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  1. Thread: droop load

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    So does the bar angle create more traction or the...

    So does the bar angle create more traction or the downforce of the body? thanks
  2. Thread: droop load

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    droop load

    why do guys take droop load out of left rear for slick track? I would think it would take bite out and traction away?
  3. Thread: drive

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    drive

    how do these guys get so much forward traction or drive running on bumpstops. I know the cross will go up when on the bump but I figure it really wont add much to left rear. are they running on...
  4. Thread: jacking force

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    jacking force

    I have a pile of setup books and magazines. none even mention jacking forces. so where would I find a book on it and what is a good book on the subject? thanks
  5. Thread: ball joints

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    ball joints

    What would be the better lower ball joint for metric car the Chrysler lower or the k6117 lower? to me it looks like the Chrysler one is bigger but the center of it is higher in the housing which...
  6. Thread: LR Shock

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    Thanks for the info. What shocks would you...

    Thanks for the info. What shocks would you recommend on a metric car stock car driver?
  7. Thread: LR Shock

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    LR Shock

    I see a lot of people run a stiff compression lr shock. Just wondering why wouldn't that just make it looser off. Any info is appreciated. Thanks
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    Soft metric springs

    How do you guys run 700lb springs or softer on the front of a metric monte? Changing roll center or bumpstops? I would think the front would bottom out. Thanks in advance
  9. Thread: New setup

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    New setup

    With all the new technology in dirt racing to be competitive with the best do you have to be on some type of bump or stacked setup? What's everyone's opinion?
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    rear metric trailling arms

    Whats everyone's opinion on rear trailing arms set them for best roll center and get forward. traction with added weight and transfer or set them for forward bite angled more and just spring car...
  11. Thread: wheel base

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    I measured from lower ball joint grease fitting...

    I measured from lower ball joint grease fitting to oval holes in frame just behind trailing arm mountson rear.
  12. Thread: wheel base

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    wheel base

    I recently bought a street stock and measuring off ball joints to points on frame the right side is 3/4 inch shorter. have seen where modifieds are longer on this side. is this something to worry...
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    Dave sent you a pm

    Dave sent you a pm
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    lr spring in front on metric

    Trying to get some info on lr spring in front setup on monte. i figure for it to work you must be able to get more movement our of rear end. If you don't want to post just pm me. thanks
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    changes for track conditions

    Just wondering if many of you change make a lot of changes for track conditions from muddy to dry slick like asphalt,. And what all changes. Thanks
  16. Thread: bite shock

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    bite shock

    I have seen where some people recomend to run stiff compression shock on lr such as bite shock or traction shock. doesn't softer on compression load spring more and add traction? Or is it just for a...
  17. Thread: stagger

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    stagger

    It seems a lot of people are running very little stagger. less than an inch usually no stagger. i don't really understand that. if you need a certain amount of stagger for a certain radius turn...
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    Building new car. Our track gets black like...

    Building new car. Our track gets black like asphalt. just thought leading rr maybe advantage getting off corner. I know of it being done in latemodel. I think one of the stock car chassis companies...
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    Metric 4 link

    Metric 4 link
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    leading rear end

    What does everyone think about leading rear end in either direction? Pros and cons. if you lead rr forward would you have to run a lot of stagger to get through center or make other adjustments....
  21. Thread: on the bars

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    on the bars

    I was wondering if angle in lr lower control arm don't add bite or traction what causes these cars to hike up so much? Thanks
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    big weight in door

    I've seen big weight placed in drivers door area and just wondered if anyone new the reason for it. I believe its more of an old school thing but know cars winning lots of races setup like that...
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    Tall rear springs

    What's the advantage of running tall rear springs like 16 inch if your just going to run raised buckets to set your ride heights lower
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    im a little confused on this subject. i seen alot...

    im a little confused on this subject. i seen alot of cars 3 wheel seemed to me they had alot of side bite which helped lift lf. if anyones got info on this id appreciate it. thanks
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    stock car 5 i was wondering what springs you...

    stock car 5 i was wondering what springs you run on front?
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