Hi all, my name is Dragan and I come from Serbia
came here as this looks as the biggest source of information about CRs, and I have one of those babies myself.
Cut to the chase, I have a small problem and I'd like some help with it...
For some reason, droop on my left wheel is bigger (lower) than on the right. This causes the shocks to be unequally loaded. Left starts compresing first, covers about 2-3 mm, then right one goes.
Now, droop screws are both out, so no issues from them.
Both shocks are topped up with same oil and same level.
Toe in, camber and caster are same both sides.
Same size and number of pretensioners both sides.
No major suspension slack anywhere. In fact, no slack at all, it only had about 2hrs running time, and no crashes.
And it's not a left to right mass difference, as I've tried it with and without the battery.
Shocks are in horizontal layout (Using Lancia Stratos shell on occasion)
I have a video on yt showing the problem, but can't post links yet. (/watch?v=LchcrQaVAzY&feature=g-upl)
So, if anyone has any advice, I'm willing to listen...
My bet is on some front geometry setting... Which one, don't know.
I wouldn't even notice it, if I haven't started doing a small drift conversion, and going thru the whole of a car, I spotted it.