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January 2nd, 2017, 08:34 PM   #1
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Need some drag suspension advice

I've got an all steel 62 bug(pan car) 2276, has run high 11s in 1/4 with stock front end and shocks all around, rear has 30mm torsion bars with urethane bushings. Has mid mount and Berg Traction bar
Fast forward, I'm looking to dial in the suspension, so the roll cage has been tied into frame horns, I'm going to all solid mounts, will replace stock spring plate retainers with solid billet ones, entire link pin front end has been rebuilt with new CB drop spindles, still have front snubbers on (CB urethane) I was told by RLR and John at aircooled that single adjustible shocks were fine for front so I went with the RLR single Strange shocks, havent got rear shocks yet
So I'm looking for advice, will the single adjustable fronts work well or should I have got the doubles? Also for the rear should I get single or Double adjustable?
I'm Looking for any tried and true advice on properly setting up a 11 second pan car front to rear
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January 3rd, 2017, 10:41 AM   #2
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You planning on running a specific class? Some limit to single adjustable.
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