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Old 11-21-2003, 11:41 AM
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Originally posted by V12
how do you measure droop? lowest part of arm to the setup board or uprights to setup board. Difference is about 1mm rear.
Neither if I'm not mistaken... it looks as if he is measuring droop by measuring the actual uptral of the chassis. This is fast becoming the "norm" for droop measurements. Reason being that it is realtive to the ride height and tires size as opposed to the conventional "goofy" way of measuring where you must use math to figure out how much droop adjustment needs to be made withy every run of the car.
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