Quickturbo, they do not show a specific street setu in the install indfo. In the install, for initial setup, they state to allow for a "small" airgap to start with. Then once the car has the full load, including the driver, to set the pre-load by adjusting the transfer link till the roll pin just makes contact with the leaf upper surface. Needs to be done on both sides first. Then to get a baseline, lengthen the rod 1/4 turn. Once you dial everything in, the preload should never exceed 1 full turn.
Also when I was on the phone with them a few weeks back talking about my car, they provided the following:
Fully loaded car with driver
- If you have the Caltracs with 2 holes, select the hole that is most parallel to the car.
- On the Caltracs after the bar contacts the leaf spring, add 1/4 turn of preload.
- Their rear 9 way adjustable shocks use setting #7 both sides.
- If car pulls to one side, increase the preload on that side 1-2 flats.
- If car spins of the line, then need to address tires/launch RPMs.
- If car hooks then breaks, add 1-2 flats of additional pre-load on both sides.
Hope this helps,
Originally Posted by quikturbo
kwkenf- I have the aeroform r&p so they provide a bump steer kit with it. I feel like the joints on the front are somewhat sloppy. I think the front will be better with these boots so we'll see.
app01- I'll have to go back to their docs to make sure I had it set for street. I'll report back on that and if I still have an issue I'll try to figure out the "heater hose" trick.