Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

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Re: Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

Post by BigNugs87 » Wed Mar 26, 2008 8:38 am

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hellsfrozeover1 wrote:MOST OF THE TESTING WAS FOR MOTOR TESTING, SUPPOSED TO HAVE NEW PERSONEL IN THE MOTOR DEPARTMENT.

Thats not was I was told by Barry Jackson himself when I was at JEI last thursday. All he said was they wanted to try some stuff with the W-Link with roll centers. He also showed me his new birdcage. It's pretty **** nice. You can move the heim up and down on the birdcage to change the roll center of the rear of the car. I asked how much "$495.00" is what he told me. With the standard birdcage now the Heim end is in center line with the rear axle. By being able to drop it lower with raise the rear roll center of the car. Barry did a great job designing this new peice. I might have to hit a sponser up to try a set.
They tested those birdcages last year on Kenny's car. They have been out since May of 2007.
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Re: Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

Post by KGSkins » Wed Mar 26, 2008 2:55 pm

BigNugs87 wrote:
KGSkins wrote:
hellsfrozeover1 wrote:MOST OF THE TESTING WAS FOR MOTOR TESTING, SUPPOSED TO HAVE NEW PERSONEL IN THE MOTOR DEPARTMENT.

Thats not was I was told by Barry Jackson himself when I was at JEI last thursday. All he said was they wanted to try some stuff with the W-Link with roll centers. He also showed me his new birdcage. It's pretty **** nice. You can move the heim up and down on the birdcage to change the roll center of the rear of the car. I asked how much "$495.00" is what he told me. With the standard birdcage now the Heim end is in center line with the rear axle. By being able to drop it lower with raise the rear roll center of the car. Barry did a great job designing this new peice. I might have to hit a sponser up to try a set.
They tested those birdcages last year on Kenny's car. They have been out since May of 2007.
Just going by what the man told me!

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Re: Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

Post by 77geek » Wed Mar 26, 2008 3:54 pm

you guys have to be the biggest name droppers on the board. No wonder they tell you false info all the time. :doh: :jiggy:

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Re: Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

Post by Mudslinger » Wed Mar 26, 2008 4:37 pm

Hey Geek, mabye you should do a little more of this :jiggy: and a little less of this :fighting: . It couldn't hurt. :laughing7: :hello: :laughing6:

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Re: Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

Post by Skinner » Wed Mar 26, 2008 7:56 pm

hellsfrozeover1 wrote:MOST OF THE TESTING WAS FOR MOTOR TESTING, SUPPOSED TO HAVE NEW PERSONEL IN THE MOTOR DEPARTMENT.
Correct...at least 2 motor changes were done in between track sessions with the 9 car.
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Re: Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

Post by cubicdollars » Thu Mar 27, 2008 9:28 am

sounds expensive...

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Re: Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

Post by Tire Dude » Thu Mar 27, 2008 1:09 pm

Mudslinger wrote:Hey Geek, mabye you should do a little more of this :jiggy: and a little less of this :fighting: . It couldn't hurt. :laughing7: :hello: :laughing6:
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Re: Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

Post by Skinner » Fri Mar 28, 2008 7:39 am

cubicdollars wrote:sounds expensive...
The motors they changed weren't hurt, I believe they were getting some laps on the new ones that were sitting there.... ;)
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Re: Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

Post by cubicdollars » Fri Mar 28, 2008 12:20 pm

sounds expensive...

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Re: Testing at the GROVE MON 3-24-08

Post by ReeseMDPossefan » Fri Mar 28, 2008 1:40 pm

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