I agree with this idea but will be one of the KOH racers not running this..also .. lower links above axle centerline.. some love it .. some hate it..
i think for getting it it makes it easier to keep your link flat and still get it up high.
all i can see is good from that .. yet some people are very against it..
i would think everyone racing koh would have them like that.
yes you have to build your upper links up higher to get vertical separation . but isnt having your upper links higher a good thing?
You have to build the car around that idea.
I noticed a big difference in the front's ability to soak up hits when I dropped the ride height 1in. I think it is because the links are actually pointing up and recess back during the up travel.
Mounting the lower links above center line could give me this at the 1in taller height I want.
In crawling I really cared about the rear link geometry for shooting waterfall climbs, There was no answer for the best setup, all different numbers work by different drivers on different climbs..
but now for going fast getting the front to soak up hits is hard. The rear link geometry seams alot less critical for the go fast.
Body roll is one of the other hard to manage issues with going fast. My next rig I will build around front and rear sway bars. Just doing the rear was great for trails but for go fast I want more body control.
75.3 KB Views: 3,237