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Left front suspension Tavel

 
azirkle azirkle
I watched NASCAR once | Posts: 2 | Joined: 03/13
Posted: 03/03/14
10:12 PM

I was wondering if there is a way to stop suspension travel on the left front with out a bump stop or coil binding. I'm neither a driver or crew chief. I work in a series that allows both but one of my buddies works in a lower series that allows neither and swears up and down that another team is doing it with out your conventional bump stop or coil binding. I've heard of something along the lines of changing the ball joint angle to create the same effect. I personally feel like that would break something after a few laps due to stress on parts. I'm not looking for details just a basic over view of how it would be possible without bump stops or coil binding.

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wayne712222 wayne712222
I’ve been to a few races | Posts: 25 | Joined: 10/13
Posted: 03/22/14
06:42 PM

you might check out my thoughts on this post..


http://forums.circletrack.com/70/9557207/4-cylinder-asphalt-racing/struts-and-swaybar/

it ould work for you also.. as you could use half sway bar tension to limit the unloading of the front suspension..