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  1. 30Tooth
    06-29-2017 02:31 PM - permalink
    My intent with the H inner bushings is to lower the car and then use the L position on the hub to have the arm level with ground. That is important as the car will roll less and more naturally, on a downward fashion, instead of raising and then falling over. A lower car will always be faster and/or more consistent.
    That way you just raise the upper arm mounting point on the shock tower to have roll centre height back towards the ground (as it is a good place to be) and then you have CG close to it to keep roll to a minimum, so it doesn't interfere with mechanical grip. All together and you can run less toe because the rear grip is increased and less Ackerman too leading to more gains in corner speed. Feedback has been great I recommend 100% trying it.

    You're welcome,

  2. Winner's Circle
    06-29-2017 01:45 PM - permalink
    Winner's Circle
    I have been following your set-up info and the discussions it has created. I have a question about running the HIGH roll center in the rear and the LOWER position on the rear hub - I have tried most of what you recommend but not these 2 things. I am currently running the LOW roll center and HIGH position on the hub with 3 degrees of toe in.

    What should I experience by going to your rear set-up? I don't mind trying it but there is so little practice time at our track that practice time is precious.


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