Re: Stock Fox Shocks.
If you are just drag racing on a pretty smooth sand track you want to run enough nitrogen pressure in the front shocks to have 8" of shaft out of the shock with the driver sitting in the car. Adjust the toe in to 0. This will still give another 2" of shaft travel up to transfer weight to the rear tires. The rear shocks can be removed and replaced with solid bars the length needed to have the axles straight out of the gearbox parallel to the ground. This will lower the rear of the car and make the control arms act like ladder bars. The rear tires can be run between 2 and 6 psi which will absorb the bumps in the track and adjust traction. These modifications will reduce the power loss from not having to lift the front suspension and squat the rear suspension and transfer that power to forward motion off the starting line.
Last edited by Pilot; 02-11-2018 at 10:20 PM.