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The live class took place January 22-23, 2022. The 2-day class is broken down section by section. You can Watch, Rewind, and Watch Again.
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Course curriculum

  • 1

    0 Welcome

    • 2022 Racelogic Street Stock Class Workbook

    • 0-1 Intros

    • 0-2 Overview of Class

  • 2

    1 Front Suspension

    • 1-1 Know Your Starting Points

    • 1-2 Caster & Camber Preferences

    • 1-3 Squaring Up the Front End

    • 1-4 Steering Components

    • 1-5 Spindles & Pin Inclination

    • 1-6 Static vs Dynamic Checking

    • 1-7 Getting Your Cross Member Where You Want It

    • 1-8 Taking Consistent Measurements

    • 1-9 Caster Gain & Camber Gain

    • 1-10 Effect of Steering

    • 1-11 Knowing Where to Start

    • 1-12 How Much Bump to Set

    • 1-13 Changing from Track to Track

    • 1-14 Camaro Drag Link vs Metric Drag Link

    • 1-15 How Important is it to Bump the Left Front?

    • 1-16 Anti-Dive

    • 1-17 Left Side Ride Height

    • 1-18 How to Check Rebound

    • 1-19 Difference in Control Arms

    • 1-20 Control Arm Bushings & Heims

    • 1-21 Tie Rods

    • 1-22 Lower Control Arms

    • 1-23 Ackerman & Steering Quickeners

    • 1-24 Tethering vs Rebound

    • 1-25 Finding Bent Parts

    • 1-26 Bolt Selection

    • 1-27 Sway Bars

    • 1-28 Steering Box Question

  • 3

    2 Rear Suspension

    • 2-1 Heims and Bushings

    • 2-2 Rear Adjustments for Drive

    • 2-3 Starting Points for Bar Angles

    • 2-4 Offset Bushings and Trailing Arms

    • 2-5 Rear Spring Table

    • 2-6 Establishing Rake

    • 2-7 Left vs Right Balance

    • 2-8 Leaf Spring Cars

    • 2-9 Spring Size Question

    • 2-10 Making Adjustments

    • 2-11 Pinion Angles

    • 2-12 Checking to Make Sure Your Rear End is Straight

    • 2-13 Towing Tips

    • 2-14 60" Rear Ends

    • 2-15 Driveline

    • 2-16 Rear Steer

    • 2-17 Lower Control Arm Questions

    • 2-18 Helix Spring

    • 2-19 Spring Height & Cutting Springs

    • 2-20 Camber in the Rear

    • 2-21 Adapting to Rules

    • 2-22 Weight Jack Spring Cups

  • 4

    3 Maintenance

    • 3-1 Maintenance After a Race Weekend

    • 3-2 Distributor & Electronics Maintenance

  • 5

    4 At the Track

    • 4-1 Evaluate the Track

    • 4-2 Driver - Crew Chief Relationship

    • 4-3 Make the Most of Practice Sessions

    • 4-4 Tuning at the Track

    • 4-5 Ballast Changes

    • 4-6 Video at the Track

    • 4-7 Percentages

    • 4-8 Cross and Traction

  • 6

    5 Brakes

    • 5-1 Bias Adjusters

    • 5-2 Pedal Mounting

    • 5-3 Master Cylinders

    • 5-4 Running a Shut Off

    • 5-5 Calipers

    • 5-6 Brake Pads

    • 5-7 Caliper Brackets

    • 5-8 Using Brakes to Your Advantage

    • 5-9 Brake Fluids

    • 5-10 Bleeding Brakes

    • 5-11 Brake Bias Gauges

    • 5-12 Brake Lines

    • 5-13 Mounting Location

    • 5-14 Rotors

    • 5-15 Bearings & Bearing Spacers

    • 5-16 Rubber O-rings

    • 5-17 Setting Up Bearing Spacers

    • 5-18 Counting Your Rounds & Brake Problems

    • 5-19 Bearing Spacers for Colemans

    • 5-20 Floating Rotors

  • 7

    6 Tires

    • 6-1 Cameron's Story

    • 6-2 Tire Temps

    • 6-3 Grooving & Grinding Tires

    • 6-4 Mud Covers & Beadlock Rings

    • 6-5 Tire Rules

    • 6-6 Air Pressure

    • 6-7 Using Brakes to Build Tire Heat

    • 6-8 Tire Temp Probe

    • 6-9 Tire Cleaning Question

    • 6-10 Tire Pressure Question

    • 6-11 Cut Patterns

    • 6-12 Air Pressure Gap

    • 6-13 Analog vs Digital Gauges

    • 6-14 Wrapping Tires & Chemical Treatments

    • 6-15 Keeping a Notebook

    • 6-16 Safety - Seatbelts

    • 6-17 Tire Serial Number

    • 6-18 Stretching Tires to Get Stagger

    • 6-19 Baby Powder

    • 6-20 Buffing Direction

  • 8

    7 Engine Tips

    • 7-1 Free Power

    • 7-2 Plastic vs Steel vs Electric Fan

    • 7-3 Sealing Air Cleaner from Engine Heat

    • 7-4 Exhaust & Anti-Reversion

    • 7-5 Exhaust Manifold Question

    • 7-6 Evac System

    • 7-7 Front Drive System

    • 7-8 Overheating Problems & Cooling Tips

    • 7-9 Fuel System

    • 7-10 Grounds

    • 7-11 Scammy Stuff

    • 7-12 Switching to E-85

    • 7-13 Driveline Angle

    • 7-14 Pump Gas

    • 7-15 Av Gas

    • 7-16 Ethanol Content

    • 7-17 Flat Air Filter Base

    • 7-18 Oxygenated Race Gas

    • 7-19 Quadrajets

    • 7-20 Air Filter Base & Air Filters

    • 7-21 Water Pressure Gauge

    • 7-22 Winter Storage

    • 7-23 Radiator Bung

    • 7-24 Brzezinski Products

  • 9

    8 Shocks

    • 8-1 Load Sticks & Load Numbers - Part 1

    • 8-2 Load Sticks & Load Numbers - Part 2

    • 8-3 Load Sticks & Load Numbers - Part 3

    • 8-4 Robby's Story & Background

    • 8-5 What Does a Shock Do?

    • 8-6 Twin Tube Shocks

    • 8-7 Monotube Shocks

    • 8-8 Reading the Graphs

    • 8-9 A 5 is Not a 5

    • 8-10 Shock Pistons

    • 8-11 Types of Graphs

    • 8-12 Every Driver is Different

    • 8-13 How Driving Style Affects Shock Builds

    • 8-14 Cavitation

    • 8-15 Hysteresis

    • 8-16 Shock Maintenance

    • 8-17 Starting Point for Off-the-Shelf Shocks

    • 8-18 Shock Rules

    • 8-19 Springs

    • 8-20 Spring Raters

    • 8-21 Spring Starting Points

    • 8-22 Learning & Testing

    • 8-23 Advantage of Longer Rear Spring

    • 8-24 Heavier Spring on Right Front

    • 8-25 Importance of Photos

    • 8-26 Aerodynamics & Technology

    • 8-27 Ball Joint Lengths Question

    • 8-28 Sway Bar Selection

  • 10

    9 Bonus - Dave Hammond

    • 9-1 Setting Toe Each Wheel

    • 9-2 Metric Stub Build

    • 9-3 Roll Center

    • 9-4 Anti-Dive and Pro-Dive Thoughts

    • 9-5 Upper A-Arm Mounting Points Metric

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.

Ben Baker

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

Robby Bilbrey

Owner-operator at Race Products Inc. Suspension Division

Instructors

Steve Hendren

Dave Hammond

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

Brian Littleton