West Texas SCCA suspension setup guide

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West Texas SCCA suspension setup guide

Postby Caligula » Thu Jul 03, 2008 4:36 am

Im sure most of you all have seen or used this guide in the past. Though for those newcomers who are looking for a simple, straightforward explanation of what the adjustments on their performance suspension setup will invoke on the driving experience, i would like to share this guide with you. Published by the West Texas SCCA, this at a glance guide will help you to determine what needs to be done to get the car feeling how you want it to.

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Re: West Texas SCCA suspension setup guide

Postby ali » Wed Jul 16, 2008 3:59 pm

not a bad guide for beginners. I really want to go to school and study suspension design. I think I really want to try to get into that program that hennessy is running. That tuner school. looks like it would be a lot of fun.

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Re: West Texas SCCA suspension setup guide

Postby 94bmw325i » Wed Jul 16, 2008 4:54 pm

I am new to auto x's, but does a lot of that info hold true for FWD,AWD, and RWD cars? I have only done a street survival event in my vw golf with a little suspension work, but next step is definetely an auto x in the next few weeks when I dont work.
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Re: West Texas SCCA suspension setup guide

Postby Volfinator » Wed Jul 23, 2008 9:01 pm

Good info. Especially for a suspension no0b like me
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