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Thread: Anyone tried Drag Bags by Airlift??

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    Anyone tried Drag Bags by Airlift??

    We recently addded a pair of Drag Bags to the rear of our '89 camaro, along with subframe connectors. Im trying to get some sugestions on what psi i should try. The instructions say 5 psi in the left and a range between 10-35 psi. on the right. any suggestions :?: :?: The car is 3000 lbs with a 355. foot braked. im trying to keep the car from pulling right along with lowwering my 60ft. time

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    Senior Member MASTER BUILDER
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    I have an 83 foot brake Camaro that was going right leaving.The right air bag will help,I would leave the left one out,the torque arm will load the left side.The round spring rubbers like nascar uses will also help,I had two full rubbers in the right side.If You have adj.shocks add compression dampening to the right and add rebound to the left.I ended using a front spring cut and shaped to fit in the right rear.Be carefull with the air in the right air bag,to much will cause the left front to dive if you have to brake hard.Bill.

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    Senior Member DYNO OPERATOR
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    I started with 11lbs on right side,car jumped to the left when i left.Iwent down to 8lbs and it is now fine.


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