Pinion angle should be checked and adjusted any time there are changes made to the chassis that have an effect upon the ride height of the car or the length and location of the suspension link bars.
Correct pinion angle isn’t only important to a drag racer; it’s also very important in other forms of motorsports, along with any number of street vehicle applications.
In our last issue, we began our look at how you can slice and dice your ET slip by way of reducing rear end unsprung and rotational weight.
It should be no secret to anyone who has ever climbed into a racecar that there’s more than one way to go fast.
M-W has been at the top of the heap for decades with their rear end products and it’s no big secret their hardware has been on a huge number of Championship-winning drag race cars.
Part two of how to choose the best brakes and brake components for your drag car. Part two focuses on brake hubs and hats.