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    Default RF frame in dirt @ new track

    visited a new track over the weekend and we were hitting the RF on the track pretty hard especially in the heat when the track was faster

    this is a 3 link car, no bumps allowed on RF

    What at the track adjustments would you look at making?

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    1. Lengthen rf ctc
    2. Stiffen rf spring
    3. Lower engine
    4. Kirk Loudy told me to use those thick Afco travel indicators as a poor mans bumpstop! (true story)

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    You will likely have to stiffen both right sides.
    Droop isn't the problem.

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    Those Elites must have something different in the rr!

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    bend the rightside clip up everyone else is

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    I figured as much......but their so low, the body is covering the whole sidewall!

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    limit your lr hike, 1/8 changes the rf frame to dirt a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by stock car driver View Post
    limit your lr hike, 1/8 changes the rf frame to dirt a lot
    we were pretty hiked up compared to some other cars. will have to look at this when we go back. thx

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