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Old 07-14-2010, 10:15 PM   #2010
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I got to use both the new dual bellcrank and body post mount. The body was much more solid at high speed, and the bellcrank had close to perfect steering characteristics for my driving style.

The steering was buttery smooth, and the car would dive deeper into the corners and keep railing out with increasing steering. I was able to steer more proportionately in the corners rather than full lock to full lock. I did not play with the ackerman though, I left it on the the outer middle hole and front most hole on the bellcrank. Still lacked a touch overall cornerspeed, but I think I know the changes I have to make to make that progress.

Here's how I have it installed and please excuse the dirty car:




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