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The live class took place January 23-24, 2021 at High Roller Chassis in Woodstock, Alabama.
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Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome

    • Racelogic Street Stock Chassis Workbook

    • 0-0 Instructor Introductions

  • 2

    Front Suspension

    • 1-1 Squaring the Front End

    • 1-2 Car Won't Turn to Center

    • 1-3 Ball Joints

    • 1-4 Checking Stock Spindles

    • 1-5 Lower Control Arms

    • 1-6 Upper Mounting Points

    • 1-7 Caster Gains

    • 1-8 Measuring in Dynamics

    • 1-9 Using Photographs

    • 1-10 Chassis Set Up Plates and Travel Indicators

    • 1-11 Checking Lower Control Arms

    • 1-12 Correcting Lower Control Arms

    • 1-13 Camaro Chevelle Metric

    • 1-14 Lowers on Crown Vic

    • 1-15 Track Width

    • 1-16 Checking A-frames

    • 1-17 Importance of Right Front

    • 1-18 Squaring the Front as a Starting Point

    • 1-19 Using Plumb Bobs

    • 1-20 Pin Inclination and Negative Caster

    • 1-21 Measuring Tire Flex

    • 1-22 Wheel Spacing

    • 1-23 Camber and Tire Temps

    • 1-24 Rollover Tire Pressure

    • 1-25 Servo - Caster - Go Karts

    • 1-26 Ackerman

    • 1-27 Tow and Steering Wheel Input

    • 1-28 Drag Link

    • 1-29 Idler Arm

    • 1-30 Steering and Frame Migration

    • 1-31 Process for Using Chassis Set Up Plates

    • 1-32 Setting Tow Per Wheel

    • 1-33 Scrub Radius

    • 1-34 Adjustable Idler Arms

    • 1-35 Antidive

    • 1-36 Setting Tow Dynamic - Static

    • 1-37 Caster Number

    • 1-38 Game Plan for Testing

    • 1-39 Follow up on Ackerman

    • 1-40 Antidive and Prodive Adjustments

    • 1-41 Ball Joints

    • 1-43 Bristol Tips-

    • 1-44 Bearing Issues

    • 1-42 Correct Way to Install Bearing Spacers

  • 3

    Safety

    • 2-1 Seats and Seatbelts

    • 2-2 Helmets

    • 2-3 Fire Suppression

    • 2-4 Carbon Fiber Seats

    • 2-5 Fuel Cell Vents and Rollover Plates

    • 2-6 Firesuits

    • 2-7 Head & Neck Restraint - Escape Plan

  • 4

    Shocks

    • 3-0 Racelogic 2021 Street Stock Shock Info

    • 3-1 Types of Shocks

    • 3-2 Twin Tube Shocks

    • 3-3 Working with a Shock Builder

    • 3-4 Monotube Shocks

    • 3-5 Preventing Leaks - Checking Gas Pressures

    • 3-6 Emulsion - Air Shocks

    • 3-7 Shock Valving

    • 3-8 Reading Graphs

    • 3-9 Shock Piston Options-

    • 3-10 Driver Preferences

    • 3-11 Shock Dyno Graphs

    • 3-12 Reading Graphs

    • 3-13 Reading Graphs - part 2

    • 3-14 Determining a Shock Build

    • 3-15 Graphs Can Be Deceiving

    • 3-16 Where to Start

    • 3-17 Cavitation

    • 3-18 Hysteresis

    • 3-19 Adjusters

    • 3-20 Brands and Pricing

    • 3-21 Changing Zero Point

    • 3-22 Shaft Diameter

    • 3-23 Tuning Shock to Spring

    • 3-24 Shock Maintenance

    • 3-25 What Pictures Can Tell You About Your Car

    • 3-26 Aerodynamics

    • 3-27 Data Acquisition

  • 5

    Q&A Follow Up from Day 1

    • 4-2 Jack Bolts and Air Gap

    • 4-1 Too Much Tire Pressure

  • 6

    Brakes

    • 5-1 Brake Pedals - Brake Bias

    • 5-2 Master Cylinders

    • 5-3 Brake Maintenance

    • 5-4 Counting Rounds

    • 5-5 Brake Pad Compounds

    • 5-6 Brake Pedal Ratio

    • 5-7 Spacers and Calipers

    • 5-8 Brake Fluids

    • 5-9 Bleeding Brakes

    • 5-10 Brake Bias Gauges

    • 5-11 Setting Up Brakes on a New Car

    • 5-12 Rotors

    • 5-13 Bleeding Steering Box

    • 5-14 3-4 vs 1 Master Cylinder

  • 7

    Cooling

    • 6-1 Cooling Tips

    • 6-2 Single vs Double vs Triple Pass Radiators

    • 6-3 Water Restrictors

    • 6-4 Gauges

  • 8

    Chassis Set up

    • 7-1 Chassis Set Up part 1

    • 7-2 Chassis Setup part 2

    • 7-3 Chassis Set up part 3

    • 7-4 Chassis Set up part 4

  • 9

    Spring Smasher

    • 8-1 Spring Rater part 1

    • 8-2 Spring Rater part 2

  • 10

    Bonus

    • Checking for a Bent Rear End Tube

    • Setting Bump Steer

    • Setting Caster and Camber

    • Checking Tape Measures

    • Checking if the Rear End is Straight

    • Squaring Your Steering

Your Instructors

Justin McRee

Justin is the owner of High Roller Race Cars. A racer himself, he was the winner of the Street Stock Nationals in 2019. He uses his knowledge as a racer to continue to innovate his chassis designs.

Dave Hammond

Dave is the owner of Hammond Motorsports. He will be showing the latest tools to enhance your chassis set up.

Robby Bilbrey

Owner-operator at Race Products Inc. Suspension Division

Wade Cross

Wade is the owner of FX Suspension. He's a longtime shock builder and will be sharing his knowledge.

Crate Insider.com

Kate Dillon

Kate runs Crate Insider.com and is the founder of Winning Motorsports Marketing. She speaks about fire suppression and also teaches racers about marketing and getting sponsors.

Brian Littleton

Ben Baker

Ben from AFCO Racing is an expert in multiple aspects of race cars including cooling and set up.