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post #1 of 2 Old 08-06-2008, 06:01 PM Thread Starter
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Question Where to set my adjustables?

I have just recently went to a new suspension setup from the stock setup on my 95GT. Car is making 280RWHP and about 310ft/lbs of tq to the ground. I now have Eibach Sportlines all around, and KYB AGX adjustables on all 4 corners. Steeda CC plates up front. Im just wondering what settings to set my dials to on the front and rears to get the best weigh transfer and hook.

Fronts can be set to 1,2,3, or 4 w/ a small flathead.
Rears have a knob that goes from 1-9 or 10

Im also considering switching to a drag radial on the rears, the 255 Nitto555's aren't cutting it at all

Thanks guys, Alex

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There is no specific setting, it all depends on how the track is hooking and how the rest of the suspension is working with that hook.

If the track is hooking well, I found that tightening up the front struts a little bit helps my reaction times. Tightening up the rear also plants the tires harder and takes away from of the squat.

However if the track isn't hooking so well, try loosening things up until you can get a consistent hook.


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