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    not sure if you subscribe or not, but Don Adams...

    not sure if you subscribe or not, but Don Adams from Lightning Chassis just did a segment on RaceKnowHow on LR chain adjustments.
  2. Thread: E85

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    we run it and buy primarily from the pump. we...

    we run it and buy primarily from the pump. we supplement with a barrel of e98 to make sure on ethanol content. we see a range of 70-80% through the season.

    we have not had issues with water...
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    Just like real cars it takes practice. And it...

    Just like real cars it takes practice. And it takes laps if you want to be fast. I personally think it is a great tool
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    for sure...there are a lot of moving parts in an...

    for sure...there are a lot of moving parts in an other wise simple adjustment.
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    Bottom of the Arm with the spacer between the arm...

    Bottom of the Arm with the spacer between the arm and heim. We also use the extreme clearance outpace rod. We cant use the adjustable link.

    We also just drill out the steering arm for 5/8, then...
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    afco sells a pad package with their...

    afco sells a pad package with their recommendations for each corner, essentially aggressive on rear, less aggressive on LF, and least aggressive on RF.

    Personally have been running hawks, similar...
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    FWIW...We run heims inboard and outboard. 1/4"...

    FWIW...We run heims inboard and outboard. 1/4" spacer between RF spindle and tie rod, 3/4" on LF. I have not measured that but is recommendation from our chassis builder for 3 piece spindles.
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    we are not

    we are not
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    I'm not a super duper vehicle dynamics guy, but...

    I'm not a super duper vehicle dynamics guy, but it seems to help our car get on the RF a bit better, we still measure ride height off the AArm bolt, so when it is dropped with the LBJ we get to add...
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    6 on RF and 3 on LF. With the speedway spindle up...

    6 on RF and 3 on LF. With the speedway spindle up to 7 on RF is ok.

    I dont think you are off anywhere, what you are feeling is pretty normal with a mod. For my son we tied the RF down a bit too...
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    How much caster offset? that helps get some feel....

    How much caster offset? that helps get some feel.

    We also seem to like a 3" off better on RF. I also think running +5 LBJs help as well, and we like to keep RC in the middle but alot of guys move...
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    Most guys are on the 7 degree to reduce jacking....

    Most guys are on the 7 degree to reduce jacking. If you dont have to steer much it doesnt much matter. The three piece spindles are nice as you can replace arms as needed. the original factory pinto...
  13. Thread: CAD software

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    I used to have an older 2D program called Vellum....

    I used to have an older 2D program called Vellum. Worked great for working out angles and whatnot. Really good for making brackets with proper radius multi hole mounts and whatnot. If you have access...
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    thanks for replies. always helpful. in our...

    thanks for replies. always helpful.

    in our particular case this was a positive change, seemed to calm the car down a little overall making it easier to drive.
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    so say your in a car with a small blade (4" or...

    so say your in a car with a small blade (4" or less), at some point there is a crossover from aero load to mechanical where mechanical (LR extended load) creates more grip?
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    So on a smaller track where corner speed is...

    So on a smaller track where corner speed is reduced it is a logical adjustment.

    I see alot of adjustable chain limiters for sale with little info on adjustments.

    Its kind of confusing because...
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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...
  21. Thread: Scaling

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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...
  22. 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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