I usually do not do that.. I have heard of people doing that, But then you go against trying to get droop. I use the droop as a tool for handling.. I usually will run 1.5 - 2.5 mm of front droop and anywhere fron 2-5 mm of rear droop depending on the track..
When i say those #'s i mean that is how high the car will go before the tires come up when picking the car up, if you measure with a ride height guage.. so if i run 4mm ride height in the front then when lifting the car it will be up to 6.5 mm or as low as 5.5 mm ...
I hope i did not confuse people..
QUOTE]Originally posted by gee-dub
mike b - i've been told once the tweak is set on a car, to tighten up the droop to take up any slack of non-sprung travel. what is your take on this, and how do you set droop?
p.s. if this has been posted somewhere on the previous 267 pages, sorry for being repetitive, didn't go searching through all that!