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Old 12-26-2014, 01:05 PM
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like they say, if you gotta ask you probably don't want to know.


thanks for the blade info.
I knew it was a torsion type but wasn't sure on the proper terminology. I assume the ARB blade comes in different resistance ratings.
No problem Vince !

Dallara offers 3 different rate bars in the parts manual that teams can buy.
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Old 12-26-2014, 02:00 PM
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2 cars for Greg to run a season should be somewhere between 1.6 and 1.8 cool mil.




When Charley gets one - I will too! LOL
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More of the Porsche, less of the indy cars
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Not quite as sexy as the inboard setup, but I saw this on a Trans Am car and it uses the same "blade" technology and is adjustable from the drivers seat. This is more the traditional sway bar setup like most of us use on our cars. Its set full stiff in this picture. I was only mounted on one side of the bar, the other was a solid arm.

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