My garage built turd

punkur67

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I have a garage built car that I designed and built myself. The frame is a three seater made from 1-1/2 .095 chromoly. The car has 20" of travel in the front and 18" in the rear. Im running a subaru 2.0 thats dynoed at 268hp to the tires. Also have a built 091 from transworks. I have not had time to do the body yet but here are some of the pics of the car. Still have some stuff to do to complete it but I can at least drive it now.
 

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Here is a small jump off devils slide. Nothing big just feelin out the new car. I need to tune the suspension a little more, just a little too soft.
 
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Triple B

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Sir.......That is not a TURD.....Nice car

How long did it take to build her?
 

punkur67

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Thanks. It works much beter than the car I paid a shop to build me. I had to learn how to design suspension to fix the old car and used that info on this one.
 

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nice job. :)
 

DamnitJuice

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what kind of spring rates are you running all around?
 

punkur67

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175 over 200 on the front and 250 over 300 on the rear. The car handles great till I try to get any air and it botoms out. I think I might try 200 over 225 or 250 and 300 over 350 on the rear. I want to try and get it to mirage and have them set it up for me but just need to get some $$$$$ to do so.
 

DamnitJuice

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an increase in your shock pressure will help out too...u can go roughly 50+/- from stock settings
 

punkur67

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Will adding pressure increase my compression and rebound rate? And is there a max pressure on them? I always thought 175 was the max for kings
 
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