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Old 04-19-2011, 07:56 PM   #16
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No, I know the setup sheet ( I am basically running Drakes Silver State) but what is this setting on the car? Not sure what that means

Adjustable pivots with 1's up in the front and
0's in the rear.
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No, I know the setup sheet ( I am basically running Drakes Silver State) but what is this setting on the car? Not sure what that means

Adjustable pivots with 1's up in the front and
0's in the rear.
you may need to look back in thread to find your awnser, i run 3.5 in rear
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No, I know the setup sheet ( I am basically running Drakes Silver State) but what is this setting on the car? Not sure what that means

Adjustable pivots with 1's up in the front and
0's in the rear.
run 0 in the front adjustable hinge pin brace all the way around. but on the rear adjustable hinge pin brace you want to run 1's in the up position on the front rear brace and 0's in the rear rear brace. this give you 3 deg. of anti squat and 3 degrees of toe. You can run .5 out in the rear rear brace and this will give you 3.5 toe
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the lighter the rear diff fluid, the more on power rear traction, under steer. the thicker the rear fluid, less rear traction and more over steer.
That's what I've experienced in my cars, too.
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