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Coil-over geometry question for the suspension experts

 
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Old 11-28-2010, 03:54 PM
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Hey Kidshalene...good looking Vette. I run a C-4 in NCCC group 3. Did coil-overs from Rippie and a full heim jointed rear with adjustable upper control arms up front. now they want to move me to RP.
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With the panhard bar that way, the radius rods that share a connection to the axle with the panhard bar will move in an arc almost perfectly vertical. The opposite side will have a slight arc in/out, but with the radius used, should be fairly minimal. Regardless, it is still locating the axle and keeping it in a pre-defined range of side-to-side motion. It is in some ways similar to a triangulated 4-link.

Dave
 
 
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