I have a hobby car that seems to be pretty close to a B Mod setup. 3 Link rear (underslung) with camaro snout. I have been fighting the car for years being tight but after taking a couple of years off with the car and now racing it again I can't seem to get the car to behave. I run on a 3/8's mile medium banked red clay track. Does anyone have any general setup advice they can shed? Spring rates, shocks, j-bar location etc. Also a huge question I have had is, my j-bar mounts to my frame on the right side of the car (its an old asphalt chassis that has been converted to dirt), should I be moving it to the left side of the frame? The car has always had a pretty consistent push coming off the corner and it seems the bar being on the right side of the car would really plant the LR and create a push under throttle. Has anyone else ever encountered this? Is anyone else familiar with a right side mounted j-bar?
Any advice would be very appreciated, Thanks in advance.
I know this is late but I run northeast Big block Modifieds and we mostly run right side Panhard bars. its not your problem. the right side bar should make your car more consistent.. it really is there to control location of your rear side to side and roll center. lower for more roll or side bite on entry and higher to loosing entry. doesn't really affect exit too much. look at your spring rates,shocks.stagger rear trailing arm heights for exit attitude. hope this gets u thinking.