NixVegaGT wrote:The roll center seems to work out pretty well for the front. Perhaps I should just roll with what I've got and see if I encounter a problem, then fix it. Practical experience vs. theory/hypothesis. Make sense?
Thanks in advance for your thoughtful input.
Well Nick the more I read the less clear the answers get! So I am going to do what you are suggesting and start with the parts "everybody is doing" (and I already have) Bigger sway bars, Energy Susp. Polyurethane bushings, I will start with Good (? I hope) replacement shocks (I am Jonesing for a set of those "Viking" shocks that a link was posted awhile back for, http://magazinevolume.com/12765BF/#/1/
just more than I can spend as I already have a set of WAY lesser shocks) and as much tire as I can get/fit with the combo I end up with and try and improve it if I am unhappy with the results. I will end up doing the "Rick Racer" LS1 brake upgrade and probably 17" wheels and 225R/45-17 (I hope) tires are around 24/24.5" (depending on Mfg.) which by being short(kind-of/right height, for our cars anyway) I am hoping that I can fit that width with out an excessive amount of BFH work. So I think that last statement of yours, is a good plan for your car as you are way deep in the "MODS", a little test and tune will be probably be the order of the day I am sure! Harry
I'm not a hoarder I'm a preservationist 78 Monza Spyder (Soon To Be 2+2 with Spoilers)