Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: League City, TX
I posted this in here because it is more than a general question. I understand that it is counterproductive to a competion set up. This will not be an all out race car. I am not overly concerened with going in a straight line. More concerned with just having fun and having a better handling car. I'm not going to have a super car set up but I don't expect one. I don't know that I'll ever reach any upper limits of the suspension. Thanks for the advice, I will look up a couple of things. I though placing the springs on the axle was a move in the right direction and was already going to up the spring rates anyway. As far as jounce goes, I am going to try and keep the height of the stock shock mounting location. I don't plan on just welding a straight bar between the frame rails. Maybe go axcross from the back bars from the back of the roll bar. Or angle up from the frame rails and then triangulate that to the rollbar for a sturdy mount. Again this is just planning.
Thanks, I'll look him up.
LOL, yeah but it keeps popping anytime I don't keeep it straight even with a brace on. That can't be helping it!
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