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i know this is a broad question and i dont have enough info,but what is a average 4 link setup for a super gas roadster. 1150 hp ,106 wheelbase


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The set up will be different depending on whether it’s actually a super gas car or super pro car I believe.

I can’t give specifics because I don’t super gas race and mine is way different than either being a foot feeder. I know this doesn’t really help but I wanted to point out you might specify which you’re asking about.



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curtis i know i didnt provide much info but not my car and i dnont have much info.i was just hoping for some of the setups people are useing.it is a super gas only carvette roadster.he is looking to add more bite to be able to hook all of the time.lol if thas possible


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thanks for the replies


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I would think it would depend a lot on where it’s set up now and what exactly the car is doing and what he is trying to accomplish. From my recent experience with my car, which is completely opposite of this car, (low hp, 2900 lbs) long and low ic really brought around the hook and consistency, but slowed the react a good bit. In his case the hp and weight would probably allow it to still react well, but like I said, my stuff is way different and it may not apply to his application.


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hes at 60 and 1.5 now and does ok on good track not so much on bad tracks.he is also not hitting it very hard.i think he is going to try (rough numbers)52 and 6.5 up. om bar at 1.5 angle.it looks good on paper lol .something to try anyway.thanks stephen


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Rusty, does it have wheelie bars on it? I suspect he will need them as he puts hook into it.



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im not sure but that is a good thougt


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