tinsfci wrote:I myself started racing my Monza in Bracket racing (and still do sometimes), but recently I took it to a "A day at the roadrace track",
and it was... GREAT!!
I hope to get some comments on this
Kenova wrote:Cough it up, what have you done to your Monza. It looks like it is handling those cones with relative ease.
I would like to take my Vega in a Pro-Touring direction and keep an eye open for appropriate modifications. Right now if I push it, it goes into a four wheel slide. I think the garbage tires have something to do with that though.
Actually, I haven´t done much at all with it...yet I have Koni shocks f/r, that´s about all. The widened wheels maybe helps a bit too. The tires are...BAD, I guess they are like 15 years old. At least
As you can see on this pic, the right front wheel is tilting to much "out"= positive camber=bad (seen from the top):
That´s probably due to worn out control arm bushings. I plan to put polyerethane there.
Since this pic was taken I also had the front springs cut 1 "whole circle", and the rear springs 1/2 "circle"
I also have tuned the wheel angles to about 2 degrees neagtive camber (wheels are tilting "in" from the top)
And, I agree: Autocrossing/Roadracing is a BLAST!