Originally Posted by NUCRPTRACER
Yeah start with raising the front and see what you think....If the grip is high enough you could raise all around it will make the steering more responsive...I think your spring selection is probably just right....Let us know how everything turns out...
I changed from 0 shims under the hinge pins (both front & rear ends of the car) to 1 (1mm) shims all the way around. I also rebuilt my shocks w/ the vsc2 bladders and changed from losi 30wt (= to approx. AE 27.5 wt is what I'm told, if AE made it) to AE 30wt keeping the same pistions (2# in front, 1# in rears). so effectively went thicker oil.
Dirla changed the track for our end of the season finialy yesterday..so I couldn't compare any laptimes and hard to get a full comparision of they changes but some of the turns were the same...one I had the roll problem before. The car was definitely not dragin the chassis like it was before!
and was still stickn to the rug well. The new layout started picking up traction and me & others started traction rolling in the 3rd heat (not due to the chassis dig this time!). I then glues the sidewalls of the tires and that hepled keep it on 4 wheels and got me a podium finish in the A main.
no body could catch melvin! And would like to thank you guys for the help/setup direction and my finish.