Thank you for your recent purchase of an RSR race car. We hope you find the following quarter midget racing tech information helpful in achieving success. Races are won in the shop during the week and proper preparation is essential. The information provided here is a basic guide in ensuring your Stanley quarter midget chassis performs as it should. We wish you the best of luck and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Quarter Midget Baseline Chassis Setup. Actual settings are not provided as they are different for. Actual settings are not provided as they are different for each brand and model of car plus the class the driver is racing in. Tire Pressures Each time the car is setup make sure to put the tires at the pressure you will race them to make sure that any other measurements taken are relative to how the car will be raced. For asphalt this can be anywhere from 10 to 14 lbs for the right sides at the start of a race and between 5 and 8 for the left rear and 8 to 10 for the left front. Approximate Ride Heights Put the car on a level flat surface and then set each corner to the height you want it in race trim.
For 13" wheels on Lightning Sprints and Midgets. Use to set toe and to square the front and rear axle. What sets this system apart is the ability to square the axles with the car at simulated ride heights. As the car tilts and pitches, the axles change their position, these blocks and plates will allow you to simulate that so you can square the axles in the same position the car is when it is on the track.
Follow these steps to square the axles in the chassis, and set up the front end. Rear End. Squaring The Rear Axle Important Note: Every step after this assumes the rear end remains completely stationary in the car.