That's it! You are ready to go.
Now here's a few tuning tips to help you dial in your
all new disk damper system.
1.Always sand your damper plate and damper disks with
1500-2000 grit sand paper. This will remove imperfections
on the surface and provide much smoother supension action
on your car.
2.Use different thickness lubes on your disk damper.
The higher the grip on the track, the thicker the lube
you will want to use. Using too thin of lube in a high
grip track will create traction rolling problems. Using
too thick in low grip, will creat spin outs. Typically
we stock our tool box with anything from 30wt (300)
to 200wt (2000).
3.Tune with the springs on the disk damper. We like
using a stiffer spring at the top and a softer one on
the bottom of our disk damper systems. This will lock
down the rear end of your car a bit better and make
it handle more neutral.
As a general rule of thumb:
*Stiffer spring at the top = Less entry steering
*Stiffer spring at the bottom = More exit steering