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I have a 1992 eg hatch.
141 hp 114 torque

ECU Hondata S300

600 pound front springs
Skunk2 front lower control arms with spherical bearings
ESM compensator bearing
Adjustable camber upper ball joint

800 pounds rear springs
Skunk 2 rear lower control arms with spherical bearings
ASR rear sub frame brace and .120 hollow sway bar
ESM upper adjustable camber link
ESM trailing arm spherical bearing to replace bushing

4.9 final drive

Anybody have a good starting point for an alignment, ride height ???
For road racing???


Thanks new to forum and setting up FWD cars....
 

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What are your rules for ride height? Start there and raise as needed when corner weighting.

You didn't mention the dampers either
 

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What are your rules for ride height? Start there and raise as needed when corner weighting.

You didn't mention the dampers either

Some old koni yellows not shocks that will be good for road racing. Any suggestion on a good set of shocks?
 

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rebuild the KONIs...I won plenty of races on KONI yellows.
Good to hear because the price of good shocks is not surprising high, but when there is other things to finish on the car. It's nice know I can run a few events and get it sorted before buying race shocks.....
 

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rebuild the KONIs...I won plenty of races on KONI yellows.
Per Lee Grimes @ KONI USA, off the shelf builds might be the same price or cheaper than rebuilding old yellers.

Stepping up from the Koni's you get into the "stupid" pricing IMHO. $2500-3000 will buy you a set of dampers or a whole old EF with upgrades.

Might wanna look into Whitener setup as well.

Whitener Racing Shocks
 
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