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Re: Gulliver
« Reply #870 on: June 17, 2020, 06:00:04 PM »
Both Mokes had a slightly different setting, I guess it all relies on how consistent each body is built and the how well the tracking of the rear subframe and trailing arms are.

This is the report, please don't use its settings as anything other than a guide as Ive heard quite a few different results in the past and each car will have its own setup, and PRU's report shows that. They were both done on the same machine and by the same long term Mechanic there.

Yeah I have my own favorite settings I use, I just wondered what they ended up with.
Some subframe , bodies can be way out.
Sounds like you have a great set up now.
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Re: Gulliver
« Reply #871 on: June 17, 2020, 07:52:29 PM »

is the rear end adjustable? the numbers looks pretty good if it isn't. :)

The front looks like he has set it up without you in the car but when you are in the drivers seats it should bring the numbers closer together.

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Re: Gulliver
« Reply #872 on: June 18, 2020, 06:01:37 PM »
Nope, standard rear geometry Terry.

And I hope so Dave, its not some thing I need to play with now its set.

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