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    I am running a tube chassismustang on a 1/3 mile low banking and am looking for a good starting point as well? was told set the car to ride height and put 40-60lbs of bite in it? my qestion is do i need to concern myself with the cross weight? I have run pavement for 15 years, never have i tried dirt!! Any advice would be appreciated thanks
    mark41

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    Check this out it helped me out alot.
    http://www.4m.net/showthread.php?176...g+Basics+guide
    Daniel #27 mini stock

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    okay, the car is a tube chassis with a mustang front subframe and rack the rear is a 3 link with coil overs rf 300 lf450 5x8 coil srping, rr 175 lr 125 coil over springs. does that sound correct?
    mark41

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    To start I would go a lot stiffer on front springs, I run a 750# RF & 650# LF. Swap rear springs, heavier rate on LR, your rear spring rates look a little soft but should work. I run a stock susp. mustang & it works good.

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