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Old 02-09-2011, 07:08 PM   #1
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Default What way to mount 1/8 Barcodes?

Which way, or whats the differance in mounting them the two different ways?

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The V-bars mounted outward is considered to be the "normal" way to mount them. ><

If you want more rotation you can mount them V out in the front >< and U out in the rear.

Having the "U" outward is said to give them a more linear feel.

I like them V out for most tracks, but you can stagger them to make the rear come around smoother. It's a personal thing you'll prob. try them both ways.
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Thanks after looking at them better I agree. Might mount 2 one way and two the other way.For some tunability.

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On a high bite track I like running the V out on the front and U out on the rear. It gave a lot of steering and I could go through the corners faster.
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