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Raising the back end wont help weight transfer. And it might not help camber either - that is if on the launch the rear drops to the same height whether it's raised ht or normal ht. Dont forget, if it drops to the same ht on the launch, it's the same camber, whether you see it or not at rest.

I would set up the car to be level, regardless of which height you choose. There is a reason you dont see the raked look of the 70's any more!

The rule of thumb drag shock settings are stiff in the rear to plant the tires, and the fronts set for the car to rise slowly to full extension. When all else fails, there's Google! http://www.baselinesuspensions.com/info/Launching_A_Drag_Car.htm

Like I mentioned in the other thread, the Rock hooked a lot better earlier in the evening last month. Have fun down there!

Al
 
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