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Old 10-13-2019, 02:03 PM   #16
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MOved lower of rear bar down 1" for this race. Track looked very sketchy as we had a lot of rain the day before and it was 35 degrees the night before the race. Sun came out and after first qual in pro they announced super pro to do burnouts past he start line for rubber. Car never spun like it did before but not much separation in rear yet. Car went a pb of 6.06




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Old 10-22-2019, 05:16 PM   #17
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Maybe your shocks are doing their job too well if its not separating with more AS?? But congrats on the new best.
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Old 10-24-2019, 11:43 PM   #18
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Maybe your shocks are doing their job too well if its not separating with more AS?? But congrats on the new best.
Man I wouldn't think that would be it. Im leaving really soft I think yet. 3500 rpm is the 2 step. Could go as high as almost 6. Maybe try and raise it once and see. The harder we hit it the more it will want to extend.
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Old 10-25-2019, 02:22 PM   #19
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I leave at about 28-2900, but no 2 step, just footbrake
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Hell maybe ill lower it one more notch and see what happens. Lower bar in the rear that is. Worse case is it doesnt work.
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Hell maybe ill lower it one more notch and see what happens. Lower bar in the rear that is. Worse case is it doesnt work.

What kind of brackets do you have on your rear end that gives you the adjustability? My lowers are also parallel the the ground and the uppers are angled down at its current ride height.
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What kind of brackets do you have on your rear end that gives you the adjustability? My lowers are also parallel the the ground and the uppers are angled down at its current ride height.
I run these on rear end lowers

http://www.teamzmotorsports.net/Weld...-icb-8.8-w.htm


I also run this on the upper front mount. Tore the upper off frame earlier this year. https://wildridesracecars.com/shop/f...placement-kit/

Have UPR upper and lower control arms and solid heim joint in upper mount on rear end.
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I run these on rear end lowers

http://www.teamzmotorsports.net/Weld...-icb-8.8-w.htm


I also run this on the upper front mount. Tore the upper off frame earlier this year. https://wildridesracecars.com/shop/f...placement-kit/

Have UPR upper and lower control arms and solid heim joint in upper mount on rear end.

Those are both nice pieces. I've looked at the wild rides stuff several times. I wish I would have done the uppers like that before I welded them all up. Now it would just be a real pain to remove.
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ask gray86hatch about his 8.8 lower ones https://mafracing.com/mustang-suspensions.html
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ask gray86hatch about his 8.8 lower ones https://mafracing.com/mustang-suspensions.html

Thanks, will do.
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