It should make your car tighter going in. Will allow you to run a firmer RR or softer RF.
Being very new to oval this is great info. My question is this; how much movement are we talking? What size spaces are used on the axle to start making a difference?+1
RPM IS RIGHT IN THEORY BUT YOU WIL NOTICE THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE ON ENTRY YOUR CAR WILL BE MUCH TIGHTER
MOVE OUT THE RIGHT REAR MORE TURN IN
MOVE IN THE RIGHT REAR KESS TURN IN
MOVE IN THE LEFT REAR LOOSER ON EXIT
MOVE OUT THE LEFT REAR TIGHTER ON EXIT
THIS IS RACE PROVEN
I GOT MY INFO FROM JERRY PARROT AND HE KNOWS HIS SHIZZZ
.020" at a time for me. If your car is good, making small .020" shim changes can make a difference.
Where you mentioned that you were 'very new' to this,
Agreed 100%. While I say I'm new to this, I'm speaking of oval. I've been running onroad for a little while and the same holds true there.Where you mentioned that you were 'very new' to this,
I would add one comment.
and believe me, it's not a slam.
Unless you are extraordinary, you won't feel .020" spacing changes
on your rear axle.
I've seen guys like Racin' Steve run plenty of times, and if you
had a Sharpie glued to the rear of his car, after a 4 minute run
there would be a 1 inch wide mark on the track.
THAT is what you need to accomplish before you can feel .020"....
Just my opinion, of course.
(But I'm right)
The guys at that level can feel those changes, because of
I've seen guys try all sorts of things, and buy every trinket they could
to get faster, that couldn't put two consecutive laps together to save
The reason is, those small changes are more than counter reacted,
by missing the corner entry or exit, or cranking the wheel too hard
to compensate for either.
I like your attitude. :thumbsup:.... as long as they continue to focus primarily on driving skills and don't blame the car.