Post by flipflopoo1oo on Jun 22, 2014 15:01:15 GMT -6
If the cross and roll center is correct it should transfer weight to the right to more equalize when lifting or rolling over and throttle should add rear percent for a more balanced traction! If on three wheels and tons of steer the tricycle effect distributes weight to the right also! Having right and adding left can push also when lifting by the right drag. A lesser amount of left to right or less left drive to right may help depending on where your car is now! 80 pounds of left rear with transfer to add to the right instead of taking more away from either is done with more right than left bar angles but not static weights! Holding your cross by springs and their preload, shock placement, and poundage! 4-6 left and 6-8 right always worked for us the first time out as low or high settings used together with minimal j-bar angle needed! I always run my rears closed if this tells you how easy it steers with no slide or getting sideways! Right rear only gains 2 pounds! Planting by transfer of just lifting makes a left turn easy when roll out is working and on the throttle going in too! A concept most miss in set-ups! Traction and steer transitions and transfers are equal when rolled so that roll-out doesn't have to break traction in the turn! A preloaded lt. ft. keeps the right rear hooked through the cross! Minimal exchange of a well balanced car! When nosed and rolled it is level to the track in the turn and straights! Its leaned left one inch sitting still! The left ft. rises and the rear evens to be level in the straights! The 2-4 inches of movement is not hardly even seen as transfer takes place!
Post by millerto024 on Jun 25, 2014 1:00:30 GMT -6
I running 93 pounds left rear bite 54.5 left rear %/ 55.0% rear now I recently at the track put j bar up one whole .2 inch wheel spacer right side.3 turns in on left front 2in on right rear 2 out on right front and 2 out on left rear im running a 200# barrel spring on LR/200 RR/375 RF/AND 600 LF
Post by flipflopoo1oo on Jun 25, 2014 2:07:49 GMT -6
Try a 500 lt. ft. and get that j-bar down to let it roll naturally with more weight on 500 than 600 by 50 with driver! This will help it nose right first if lt. holding and if rt. ft. is not loaded! The rt. shock is softer both ways and left stiffer both ways! Set car level and bars angles even (same) then lean it left one inch ft. and 1/2-3/4 rear to get right drive more than left! Rear should be closed a bit (3/8") With 6 left and 8 rt. lower bars! Add a lot of negative caster to aide steering and let it fly! Bring up your low left rear weight by placement of lead! This works in every class as to basic logic and wins first time out for us even mid season! A rear variation of 25lbs stronger left rear will hold the cross better! If heavy driver two 200s may work! The 175 on the right may work best with a light driver! A Sunday drive!