Dynamic Chassis Measuring System

Moment Center
We highly recommend
Stock Car Setup Secrets
- Advanced Chassis and
Suspension Technology
for Asphalt and Dirt
Circle Track Racing by
Bob Bolles.  Chapter 3 is
a great primer on
moment center.
All Recommendations
are based on a late
model set up for
Caraway Speedway and
would apply to any
asphalt track of similar
length, radius, and
banking.
At ride height, we like to place the Moment Center horizontally 0 to 4 inches left of center
and vertically 1 to 3 inches above the ground.  At full compression, we like to see it move
to 6 to 10 inches left of center to 0 to 2 inches above ground.

In terms of the charts we generate, a positive number in the horizontal column indicates
left of center while a negative number indicates right of center.  A positive number in the
vertical column indicates above ground while a negative number indicates below ground.

Below is an example of a car with a moment center way too far to the left.  We were able
to move it for them while maintaining their camber settings.