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Old 04-17-2013, 01:29 PM   #1
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Suspension Question

Which components of the usual suspension upgrades are the ones that really cut down in the drag strip?
The lcas? The springs?
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Lca brackets. They will help transfer weight to the rear wheels.
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It seem the drag race guys are using the stock spring. I could be wrong.

I talked to Kelly at BMR and he said there lowering spring are great for drag racing.

I would suggest welding your axle tubes when using the Relocation brackets. I'm having my tubes welded in a couple days.

Change the gears Or TQ Conver
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Yes thats what i thought was the biggest factor, the lcas, thanks for the input guys
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It seem the drag race guys are using the stock spring. I could be wrong.

I talked to Kelly at BMR and he said there lowering spring are great for drag racing.

I would suggest welding your axle tubes when using the Relocation brackets. I'm having my tubes welded in a couple days.

Change the gears Or TQ Conver
Yup. The weight transfer helps with traction. BMR springs are very soft which is great for drag stripe like you said.
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Yes thats what i thought was the biggest factor, the lcas, thanks for the input guys
That's where you need to start. If you decide to get serious, different spring rates will help too.
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