Very impressive, to say the least. Slow down how fast this car reacted by installing longer radius rods, but keeping the angle the same as the original design. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. I've forgotten my password Forum Password. I think the biggest difference between the cars then and now is actually the technology afforded to us over what the guys in the 80's and 90's had.
While you are looking for that imaginary point of radius rod intersection going forward it is far ahead of the cartake a look going the other way
They were set-up to run a rear panhard bar or a more compact Jacobs ladder. Probably tough to answer without doing a back to back test and changing all the springs, bars and shocks. We run basically the same rear although it's lighter, but how it hooks up the the chassis is different. Sign In Register now! Why would I even want to mess with all this stuff? Todays chassis is a throw away. My is a Troyer chassis, the rails are 2 inches father appart than he new cars, front suspension is for all intents and purposes interchangable with todays cars, and the the rear is 3 link with coils.