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Join date : 2011-06-21
Age : 52
Location : West Fargo, North Dakota

PostSubject: Shocks and Racing   Wed Jul 13, 2011 10:43 am

How do you adjust your shocks and suspension for drag racing?

I like to drop the car as low as I can get it. I put light shock oil in the back and heavy shock oil in the front. I've found the car sits better and seems to provide more traction to the rear tires. At high speeds I've found the car much easier to control and I don't have to adjust the stearing expotential so sensitive. Also, I find the cars center of gravity to be more of a help to traction than fighting it by adding useless speed robbing weight.

let me know

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Join date : 2010-05-14
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PostSubject: Re: Shocks and Racing   Tue Oct 16, 2012 11:29 am

Hi Mark,

I was in here today looking at this post about your shock set up, and thing is I was scrolling down the page and as I'm on my wifes laptop a toshiba, what happens sometimes a little mini scroll box comes up when I move the mouse and gets stuck on the page, and it got stuck on would you believe it, on the minus reputation bar and put in a negative, and when I tried to change it, it won't let me, can you fix this for me, I am very sorry, Sean

Oh! and one more thing I sticking to my sony vaio from now on, cheers
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