I have double adjustable rear shocks which are adjusted To the same middle number.
In my quest for quicker 60's should i increase the tire hit first?
A video of what your setup is currently doing might be a good starting point.
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What is the car doing now? Without video or a shock sensor it is kind of a guess. If you are going to guess, then go one way and see what it does.
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lol that's sorta been the problem for years my help at the track for that stuff is nonexistent.
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Bring the car to numidia and ill get you setup.
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Ladder bar or four link? If it is ladder bar then I would start by tightening up extension.
Like others have said a video can tell you what it is doing and which direction you need to go. Most phones will even do a decent video if you put it on slow motion. Hard to tell what dark tire is doing in the shade so to record from sunny side so rear tire is not in the shade.
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It's a ladder bar car.
Numidia may happen in the spring my friends been going there and keeps bugging me to go racing
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