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What is pod droop; so I can get a better understanding on how it effects the car.

How do you measure for it and what tools do you need?

How do you put droop in or take out depending on the track (smooth or bumpy)?

Any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated.

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Scott R
 

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Scott

Very good, well put question.

I know what it is, but I'm not sure where guys are measuring it....or what they are using to adjust it...and recently did a search here on this issue. I know it's been discussed, but I never found the threads.
 

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Pod droop is the amount of sag in the rear pod vs the main chassis,usually more is needed on a bumpy track, I say usually cause I've seen it used with success on smooth tracks also.It is adjusted with the center shock length or placement of the center shock.I use a straight edge along the bottom of the chassis to measure it,I personally think that you don't need very much,but some folks like to run a good bit,just depends on how you like to set your car up.
 
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