Ok i have heard you should set you rear spring to soft when drag racing to acheve better traction and get better 60's
well i attempted it last friday.
results were very poor
on my first run on adjustiong the spring i was bouncing very bad. i couldnt tell if i was wheeling or just bouncing with the suspension. 60' was a 2.0, ran a 12
next time i set it one past full hard, results were similar i felt my rear was bouncing to much. i also noticed traction on the track was bad as my rear tire would slip.
60' was still a 2.0, ran a 12
i then adjusted 2 above full soft. felt a little more stready but was countiually slinding out with the rear tire. 60' was a 2.0 again. ran a 12
a adjusted it back to where i ride it on the street: 3 above full soft. got a desent launch, slipping alitte but pulled a 1.9 and got an 11.
i kept it that way and pulled 11's all night with my lowest a [email protected]
(weather was very hot and humid)
next day i figured maybe i need to get some practice with the suspension softer. so i set it to 1 above full soft, rode it around for a while then practiced some launches on the street.. started to get used to it. my last launch was the best were i felt i got off hard and the front wheel pulled an inch of the ground for a second, and then kept it down, pulling hard. going by the butt dyno it flet like a good 60' but have no idea on what it was, for it could have been a 2.1-1.8?