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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-04-2007, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone tried the split monoleaf springs that Calvert racing is offering and did you notice any results?
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we use them on our stock eliminater cars and they work really good. use them and the caltracs and you will love it.
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Did you notice any difference in te 60 ft times? Also howmuch did these springs settle? They have options when you buy them. Standard ride ht, 1 " lower, 1"higher? What have you got for a car? Thanks Tore
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it was worth a couple of hundreths. the car will damn near leave on the bumper now on a 30x9 in slick. thats with a 335 hp 428 that runs 11 teens. we got the standard height springs for tire clearence. our buddy's 327 chevy 2 stocker made 415 hp on the dyno and it runs 10.90s and leaves just hard as we do. in stock elim. we have to leave of footbrakes no trans brakes allowed.
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