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Loose as a Goose: Why ARBs are Necessary in Most Drag Cars, Part IV

In past segments of our “Loose As A Goose” series, we looked at the real reasons why many cars get bent out of shape on the launch.  Some, of course, become so twisted, they’re downright scary to drive (amusing for those in the stands, however).  Unfortunately, scary to drive and quick elapsed times are almost […] Read More

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Loose as a Goose, Part II: Why ARBs Are Necessary in Most Drag Cars

In the opening segment of our “Loose As A Goose” series, we looked at the math, which shows how much torque you could be dealing with at the starting line.  And in some cars (actually, most race cars), it’s truly massive.  We also looked at something else that’s critical — Engine Torque Reaction which is […] Read More

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Loose as a Goose: Why ARBs are Necessary in Most Drag Cars, Part I

Question:  Have you ever watched an out-of-shape, high horsepower GM A or G-body (Chevelle, Cutlass, GTO, Grand National, etc.) as it launched at a drag strip?  You know the scene — typically, the driver’s side front fender will be reaching for the sky while the passenger side rear quarter panel will be trying to dig […] Read More

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Brake Dance Part III – Calipers

  Over the past several weeks we took a long hard look at high quality high performance brake systems – particularly pieces manufactured in America (not that easy to find today, believe it or not).  In those past segments, we examined brake rotors and hats along with a short look at hubs. This time around, […] Read More

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