Category: Crew Chief

Brake Bias A race car typically has two master brake cylinders. One controls the front brakes and the other the rear. A dial between the two controls how much pressure goes to each. This allows the driver to change the balance of the brakes. If the front tires are locking up too easily, you can […]

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Usually found in NASCAR racing a coil bind setup has very soft springs at the front with stiff sprints in the rear of the car. This controls the pitch or rake of the chassis allowing the car to run with the front splitter close to the ground, maximizing down force. This setup substitutes aero down […]

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