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Depending how much stuff you have in your trunk.

I have a cougar, and before my current setup, I used to be able to dogleg (a little).

Lock it all up and drop one of your front corners. On a RWD, you can't roll with it.

Hope that helps.

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Originally posted by tcvaldez@Oct 13 2003, 09:59 PM
On a RWD, you can't roll with it.
Unless you have a newer car with a limited-slip differential.
 
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You can use double acting cylinders .......which will alow you to suck the cylinder up...
 

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chain bridge in the rear you need to find a balance between the weight in the trunk n the weight up front ,if you get the balance right you should be able to do both itchiban seem to be tha masters of this
 

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the way that car does it, he stands a 3, and then tips it over by hand...

I've seen him do it
 

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Originally posted by badass 64@Oct 15 2003, 06:08 AM
guess two double actin' cylinders and chainbridges comes in handy for those moves...
You don't need double-acting cylinders, just a good chainbridge and damn-near perfect weight distribution.
 
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