Volume X, Issue 10, Page 119

Check Out That Chassis


10/9/2008

I own a '93 Mustang-BBF Ford that weights 2600lbs with pg trans,4-link, and strut front. I had a body roll pretty bad so I installed an anti-roll bar, but it didn't seem to help any. I replaced the 1" shaft bar with chrome molly tube and that seemed to help. Is the 1" shaft being overpowered? It still doesn't want to lift right front wheel out of the beams. The car runs 8.40 @ 160. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Mark Bryson
Union Star, MO

Mark,

Your anti-roll bar may need a little preload, try lengthening the right side link 1 full turn. This should level the car on launch. Try putting a little more hit in the 4-link and it will get the wheels up. Lower the top bar 1 hole on the chassis end for more hit.

Scott Weney
President, S & W Race Cars
610-948-7303X111

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