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Old 07-25-2017, 01:21 PM
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I know this site is for dirt but I cant get any help any were else does any body have a contact running a B-body street strip car I have steering box and header combo questions and the super stock springs seem to have more wt on the left side ? before I spend a lot of money on trial and era I thought I would try this
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Old 07-26-2017, 09:37 PM
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The left springs are heavier to resist the torque of the engine. In the end, they should yield an equal loading of the rear tires under acceleration. We ran a Duster with SS springs and a pinion snubber into the high tens. It was a 360 claimer engine powered car. The engine was a one night wonder that I built in 1994. It resided in the Duster from 1998 until it was replaced by a 416 in 2011. I freshened it up in 2014 and it ran the low tens after the chassis was switched to a tube frame setup.

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Old 07-27-2017, 09:35 AM
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very impressive run very with no more than is in it our 360 dirt motor is the most impressive motor I have built it almost went in the B-body but I am not done dirt racing yet
looking from the rear of the car the right spring has an extra leaf but but if the left is suposed to be stronger I am good with any thing you post it does burn two strait lines I am building a pinion snubber this time home but getting the boys car back to the dirt track is priority
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