Originally Posted by i_got_m8_4_$85
i stilll dont get what you mean by t-bar and spring cars??
It actually should be "T-bar vs. link" cars, since the CRC T-Fource uses a t-bar and side springs.
T-Bar cars include the Associated 12L, CRC T-Fource, Trinity, Corally or any other car that uses a t-bar to hold the rear pod.
The "link" (a.k.a. "spring") cars are the CRC Carpet Knife and Speedmerchant Rev 4, and they use a center pivot ball and side links to hold the rear pod.
Either car design can win in the hands of a good driver, so the debate over which one is better is mostly in the heads of internet bench racers.
I have run t-bar cars with tweak screws and tweak springs, and I have run link cars. I have had my best results with a t-bar car with springs, so that's what I usually run. That does not mean it is a better design or it is best for everyone. I think different cars suit different drivers and different tracks, so people should try different cars and run what suits them best.