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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2018 3:53 pm 
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Howdy everyone!

Our client Ron Ver Mulm installed one of our GT Decoupled 3-Links in his autocross car recently & used his GoPro to capture the first runs. After watching the video, it was easy for me to know the rebound valving & spring rate are spot on, but his application needs stiffer compression valving & a taller, softer & more progressive bump stop. He ran his fastest runs ever with our new GT Decoupled 3-Link, over his conventional 3-link. After we change the compression valving & bump stop, he'll most likely shave another .3-.4 off his lap times.

For those not in the know ... the decoupled 3-link is the highest grip, fastest rear suspension available period. The shock version won so many Trans Am races back in the day, they outlawed it. (You can run our TA version legally in Trans Am, which uses poly bushings & no shock.)

We utilize this "shock controlled" decoupled 3-Link rear suspension in all of our GT Track-Warrior cars featured in this thread.
* Greg Weld's 70 Mustang
* Mark Milliron's 69 Torino
* Scott Pomeroy's 68 Chevelle
* Robert Taylor's 47 REO Speedwagon Truck
* Many others

Got questions? Want one for your autocross or track car?
See both versions in our catalog
Contact Dave at 844-722-3832 Ext 3
Or email,

Ron Sutton Race Technology
Your One Stop, Turn & Go Fast, Car Building Resource Center

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