aside from adding more batts (i am running 4.. 48 to front, 36 to rear), so i cant add more batts... no room.. so any thoughts on adding more weight? prolly in the pockets of the quarter pannals.
Man how big is the enclosure going to be? I'm assuming its going under the rear deck between the rear cylinders? You should be able to do 8 across the back and turn your pumps side ways in front of them off to each corner as far as possible. This would help alot for getting the car to pivot better. With the batteries in the middle there not realy helping like they would if they were in the corners. Unless your sub just need a fucking huge box you should be able to get it to work.Originally posted by juicd88@Oct 19 2006, 08:11 PM~6403611
ya the batt and pump rack is welded to the frame, but have a 15" sub thats being fiberglassd in there too, thats why i only have room for 4 batts
so you have two pumps to the back. you should be able to lift the car into three. or else pull the back wheel up into the wheel well for a dogleg.Originally posted by juicd88@Oct 19 2006, 10:13 PM~6404462
81 olds delta 88, and i dont know how to post pics, but the rack is right across the trunk, with batts in the middle one pump on the left and two on the right
it sounds like you need more power. it should just pop right up when you hit the back corner form the down position. try this, lock the front up, and lift one corner in the back. if it sounds like you pump is strugling you don't have enough power.Originally posted by juicd88@Oct 19 2006, 10:31 PM~6404723
yeah i have individual rears... but it still wont get up that easy, i put the rear up 1 click then extend one rear then dump the other rear, but if i am on a flat serface it wont 3 wheel???(a little pressure on the trunk and it will go up or if i am on a hill) thats why i am thinking not enough weight... maybe i just need to go a link shorter on the chain??? but i wont get much of a lock-up, or my batts were a bit low i cant see that making a difference???? but they are on a charge right now.