Thoughts? The "clutch crutch"?Ed,
What are your thoughts on the clutch tamer for tuning clutch hit?
Yeah I agree... lack of torque possibly causing more bog but its a test I have talked about doing for about 9 years LOLThat Victor Jr might work against you for eliminating the bog on the launch.
Get those pressure plate shims. You need to test clutch slippage/hit to keep the engine in the powerband.
That would probably be a step backwards, especially with the way the clutch is pulling it down at the hit.Interesting. You know what I think I'm going to finally do? With probably only 1 test session left before the track closes for 6 months, I think I'm going to swap the Victor JR on and finally test it out against the Air Gap. I have so much Air Gap data now I should be able to see which is better for my combo.
LOL . The guy who used to scream at me quit this year so recently things have gone smooth. They have a new manager also so...Will the tyrants at NED allow someone to video at the starting line?
That was with my Calvert shocks set at 9 which is firmest setting they have. I emailed Cale yesterday so hopefully I will get to those but probably not until spring since winter is just about here.The rear shocks need to be tightened. The extension is too violent and it's bounced back. Start there and then add more compression as it settles in.
You also NEED those pressure plate shims. The base pressure must be insane!
The 4 corner scales? I haven't. Those things cost way too much lol I just know its 3275 with me in it. Weighed it at NED a bunch this year and confirmed it at LVD. If I did weigh it on 4 corner scales what should I be looking for? I'm trying to schedule a dyno appointment and maybe the shop will have scales I can use.Have you scaled the car?
That'll make a difference.