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10-05-2006 12:00 AM
1969NovaSS I really dont want to swap in a solid rear. So i guess I should just live with it. Maybe thats why these cars are known as freeway killers. You only get traction in part of 3rd, 4th, and 5th.Im not to that point yet just plannig things out before I get there.
10-04-2006 11:16 PM
lowROLLERchevy oh boy .... dont go experimenting in IRS modification without readying a few of the suspension design books on the market, otherwise you might just get yourself killed

typicly, to get traction on an IRS car, the best bet is to swap to a solid axle with a well designed 3 or 4 link setup
10-04-2006 11:03 PM
IRS traction bars

I was wondering if anyone has any pictures of tractioin bars for a IRS car? I know they dont make them for my car so I might have to fab them if I feel im up to it. Its a 89 toyota supra. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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