07/19/12 03:40 PM
|Message initially posted by redneckracer:|
|Message initially posted by racer270:|
first of all a 108" metric.. is nothing like a Camaro,
,..it's a 4 link , not a leaf spring car..
there set up's are not even close..to the same..as far as springs...
there 3" narrower , 3" shorter..,& 3 " higher ,
the spoon on the clip...is most of the front end height problem !
along with the A-arms..
there 6" frame height cars.., unless you use 2" drop spindles...or ,*&^%$$%
as far as a RF bumpstops , i came close with a 1400lb RF spring..lol
because there short , narrow , and high...//
you need a big RF spring..and lots of cross%... to get them to work..
camaro wheel base is 107, and is wider than an a body, not even close to 3 in higher. and 1400 spring is nothing like a bump stop! are you high?
my experience is mainly with camaros, and have run springs from 10000 to 400 in the front, I prefer the softer front springs. i do know racers that run the metric chassis, and also run verry soft up front. 500 to 550
most setups take alot of time and work to get right. test and tune but if you are giong to try someones set up and only go half way, don't expect it to work. All drivers, and i mean All drivers. like somthing different. and nobody knows what that is but him.
im sure your a legend in your own mind redneck....lol
most tracks have rules against camaro's even competing.
widest A-body is a big car..impala..ect...
your camaro.. is not as wide.
ive run a 108" metric for 12 years... so please tell me more..lol
TRY TO GET ONE BELOW 6" FRAME HEIGHT....LOL
the close to a bump stop ,
was tongue in cheek..with a 1400lb..RF spring..
all drivers like a car that works....!!
is your still changing springs at this point in a session....??
REMEMBER THERE IS no such thing as a car that pushes on entry.. ,
just grow some balls....son. and drive.....