What is a good starting point to try to reach?
The rules for this division are: Chassis: Any 1/10th off-road 2-wheel drive buggy style chassis.
When it comes to grass-roots racing, it doesn’t get any more “rooted” than Street Stocks. Tracking, organizing and analyzing data is an important part of staying ahead of the game in your racing hobby or career. Dirt car setup is undergoing a change, and has been for about five years now. Jul 1, 2009 #1 In a street stock what is more important to try to achieve cross weight or rear bite or both? These easy to use sheets help you track changes made to … Balancing a Dirt Stock Car Part 3. A jumbo ziploc bag prevents lube from escaping when not in use.
Unbeatable prices and selection make us your number one source for all your Diecasts needs. The last two articles in this series focused on the balance of left side weight and wedge and how they work together to get the car to turn smoothly through the corner.
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We carry a huge selection of Diecast Cars, and ADC Dirt Late Models Diecast Cars, ADC Dirt Modified Diecasts Cars. High Performance R/C Oval Products. The street stock class presented by the Allstar RC Dirt Series has been developed to give racers an affordable class to participate in.
Lay the bag flat onto the scale pad, partially open to vent, lower the car into the bag. Can some one tell me what kind of bite you need to start with in left rear in a metric car we have 51 left side 49 cross and 49 rear percentage and 64 lbs of bite at left rear. Depending on the condition of the track and your driving style, there can be two very different approaches to your chassis tuning.
G. greenhornet21 "Humpy Bobby" Apr 8, 2011 #2 Depends on the track, driver skills, etc..., however i … Dirt stock car right front spring. For inquiries please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Technical Articles.
Metric car 3200 lbs weight rule.
cross vs. bite when scaling car.
I'm thinking I need to pull a spacer out of the RF, 8" I think is just to high. Modified Racing Technology Thread starter SHEPHERD; Start date Jul 1, 2009; SHEPHERD Member. I have heard of many cars running well outside of these parameters and winning. Scaling A Race Car Made Simple. Can do to just left sides or right sides, or to all 4. 1980 Cultass Street Stock Scale numbers (with Driver) RF 820 LF 860 RR 780 LR 1004 Total weight 3464 (minumum 3200) Cross 52.66% Left 53.81% Rear 51.50% Left Bite 224# Ride Heights LF 6-3/4" RF 8" LR 7-1/2" RR 8-1/2" Stagger 2-1/4" Front 1" Rear. Let's use two of the most popular types of dirt car-a touring Late Model and a metric-style Hobby Stock car. This class utilizes 2wd 1/10th buggy chassis. The home of the Jet Mod and Jet Phantom, the championship dirt track modified and stock chassis. Scaling the car and setting the ride height is covered in several of our books, including: #S192 Street Stock Chassis Technology. Although there are (nearly) as many different variations on Street Stock rules as there are oval race tracks, the common thread is the use of an older American street car as the basis of the Street Stock race car. Stock Buggy.
Dirt track race cars can be very difficult to set up. Proper chassis set up requires that the weight balance is set correctly for the car, driver and track conditions. The trend in dirt racing seems to be leaning toward a left side weight percentage of around 53.5 to 55 and somewhere between 75 and 125 pounds of wedge. Now do it more easily with free Chassis Set-Up Sheet downloads from Intercomp Racing.