Knock on wood, we've had great luck with the SAW bars in our old NORRA/Prerunner 5 Car..... Never broken one and it rips but very tricky to set up correctly and lots more maintenance (bars/spring plates, adjuster....). To be competitive and to save a bunch of hastle, Ben's correct. Coil over rear for sure.Snapping SaW bars.
i can tell you i run a Subaru you should pick the ecotec! and i destroyed 3 Subaru transmissions its a complete P. O. S. split one in half on my way to tech. DON'T DO IT !!!!I race a 2/1600 in the Yellowstone Off Road Racing assn up here in Montana. Would like to move up to a class they call Comp/Mod to race a VW Thing. The rules state I can either use coil-overs up front or on the rear, not both ends. I have no experience with coil-overs. Would it be best to run coil-overs up front and by-passes in the rear with torsion bars or coil-overs in the rear and by-passes in the front with leafs? I plan to run an ecotec or a subaru. Also, I have seen some talk about a subaru engine transmission combo that would work for my situation. Any thoughts. Thank you.
That’s awesomeOn a good note. I won the pool at Checkers Pit 1 at Valley T. I missed your actual through time by 3 minutes. I used your San Felipe run to make my guess. Thanks for holding it open through Valley T! By the way, the next time picked by anyone else was 45 minutes slower. I figured if I complained enough, you guys would drive faster and it worked!