Good luck. I don't ever think I was loose with my Seraph. It always seemed like it was either dead on and fast or had a push. Like James said though, post some #'s. Ours wouldn't really wanna turn unles we were at or around 48% noseWhat methods do you use to loosen them up? Like for the feature race. I've moved RF washer and added rear stagger? Anything else I can try?
This makes me wonder. You have equal weight across the front, and I guess that works for you, yet a majority of the setups I see hear have the RF a lot heavier than the LF.Our jr red plate seraph is 55 left 48 nose 55 cross 1 3/8 stagger front and rear.
For Jr1, heres the numbers i ran and IF it pushes it will be tires: cross- 61-63, nose- 48, left-54-55 depending on what size driver, camber-lf 3/8, rf-3, caster 7 and 10....of course this is assuming the seat is in correct location.On dirt. Cross:62.0 Left:53.1 Front:46.9. Everything else is like what PRC recommends. Did take some RF camber out , down to about -1.5 .
I should have said tracks around us have NO bite.This makes me wonder. You have equal weight across the front, and I guess that works for you, yet a majority of the setups I see hear have the RF a lot heavier than the LF.
I’m not saying if either is good or bad, just wondering why they both work.