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Old 04-04-2010, 04:18 PM   #1
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Default Can someone explain how to determine rake?

So when doing a revalve through SD, is rake something to specify? I'd assume so b/c:

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Required information for ordering: "All I basically need from them is a note in the box with a name and phone number. In the note include the spring rates front and rear, sway bar size front and rear, ride height, rake, and their intent with the car."

How do you determine it?

My proposed setup:

91 NA
NA Bilsteins
450/300 (QA1/Eibach)
6"/7" spring length
12.0"-12.25" F / 12.5"-12.75" R ride height
RB front tubular sway
NB top hats
FCM bump stops
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Also, is damping a factor you need to specify as well?


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Old 04-04-2010, 04:23 PM   #2
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i determine this a rake!

see, easy!
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If they have your proposed ride height range that should be what they need in that regard. If they're doing a proper revalve they'll need to know your corner weights/spring rates/ride height/intended use mostly.
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