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Old 02-22-2010, 06:40   #1 (permalink)
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Fitting strange front end

Hi
Need to know a few hints and tips while fitting up the strange competition
coilover frontend assemble.
1. How far back do i lean the top of the strut from 0 degree's towards the back of the car.
2.How far do i lean the top of the strut towards the inside of the car (towards engine)

Also the balljoint (rosejoint) located under the shockie where the two arms come off only has about two to three inch of travel,
Do i set this up so it is all the way up, so when the car launches the suspension can travel downwards with out binding up to hard on the balljoint.

I do reliase that there are caster and camber adjustment on the rods but require a starting point, so final adjustments can be made later on,
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