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weight transfer

weight transfer

weight transfer

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To put this simply i am looking to move the motor back in a race car approx 20" keeping the motor height the same. i am curious what would my new spring rates be without testing? approx 1g corners. about 550 lbs moved back.

RE: weight transfer

Make sure they're painted either red or blue. Best I can do with the information given.


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RE: weight transfer

If it's a 911, you'll need a trailer for the engine.

RE: weight transfer

Can the engine stay in the same place and just move the rest of the car forward 20 inches?

RE: weight transfer

Do you know the current weight distribution?
If so you can roughly model the shift.
Unless the car is very light (which I doubt with that heavy of engine) the change may be negligible.

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