Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Williamstown, WV
You can just unhook the sway bar when you race and attach it for the street. Not too hard to do. Those 620's hurt weight transfer big time, 6 cyl springs would be better for the strip. You can get adjustable front shocks. Slapper bars aren't ideal, but can be made to work. I'd suggesrt the type that have a bar that mounts under the spring shackle and attach to a bracket under the spring eye, not sure of the name but caltrack comes to mind. Or find a used set of South Side lift bars.
Was the car spinning? Those short sidewall tires look good, but may be too stiff to absorb the shock of a clutch dump. To get your 60's down, you'll probably have to come out harder and/or go to a lower gear (4.30, 4.56). It's tough when you have to compromise street ability with track performance, one or the other or most usually both suffer.
91 notch, 408W, 10.5 comp, Jay Allen cam, Crane linkbars, Scorpion rockers, vic jr intake/heads, Canton pan, Mac longtubes, C4, UPR adj. uppers/lowers, Strange struts/shocks, subframe connectors, wild rides 6pt, Team Z k-member/anti-roll bar, MSD ignition.
Last edited by Mattstang65; 10-07-2008 at 08:11 PM.