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AS PROMISED… CHASSIS TUNING

Discussion in 'Race Talk' started by BPWilliams, May 29, 2008.

  1. BPWilliams

    BPWilliams Member

    Jody this one is for you and all the others that need to add a little tuning to thier set-up! Remember a little push (Understeer) is better (SAFER) than oversteer!

    Here is a shot of my new pit crew to get the guy's excited!

    Keep it above 100.........

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  2. Ok BP I know the Girls are a distraction BUT............. looking at two different pics of Your car... to me am I seeing one with hood latches & one without & windshield closer to hood gap than on the other pic? Wendell
     
  3. BPWilliams

    BPWilliams Member

    Well I must admit this picture has more curves for sure! :p

    I can also say that the car is the same as it has always been......

    Enjoy!

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  4. Must be a reflection, pic with girls looks like the windshield rubber is almost on hood gap in center, all the clear coat I guess!
     
  5. Roush #1

    Roush #1 Member

    OH BRIAN !!!!

    There is so much I could say about push .... that I am sure your pit crew could understand......

    What car is Wendell talking about - maybe the green thing your crew is sitting in/on?

    Thanks for the post.

    I have already started on my oversteer situation by easing up on the rear shocks. I set them as soft (I hate to use that work in this post - it just doesn't fit) as they would go.

    I am already running 225# springs on the rear. and will go there next.

    I am changing one thing at a time to see if I can tell the difference.

    It will be a while before I can road test. I have the headers and side pipes in Arkansas being enlarged .... (is that where your crew is from as certain parts of theirs appear to be enlarged) - 2" primaries into 4" sidepipes with removeable baffles in the mufflers and adustable - slip fit - muffler ends so the exit angle can be adjusted. The collector that bolts to the header on one end and the muffler on the other also has a slip fitting on the end that connects to the muffler.

    Jody
     
  6. BPWilliams

    BPWilliams Member

    Just got my springs back from Alden and I am running 240 in the rear and 400 in the front. Those were pretty good spring rates for a big block Cobra.
     

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