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With he stock power of a 3.5(and a CAI) it is hard to get a good consistant launch. Is there any way to stop the wheel hop on a launch if the RPM's are a little high or the traction is a little poor? Get it right and the car moves out well. Use the wrong RPM and you get a good shaking.
 

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i guess the only thing u could do is drive the car right........or maybe try different tire/suspension setups........and still drive the car right
 

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Learn how to slip your clutch, you get just as good as a launch, but instead of dropping it, you take it out like normal accleration, but faster. Takes a bunch of practice to get a good skill so you can do it proper and get the same 0-60 feet as if you dropped it. I do this only because I rather burn my clutch up, but save my CV boots and transmission.
 

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Good Info! Thanks PhilGood!
 

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Limited Slip Differential will fix wheel hop too?

I thought it's only good for transfering power correctly to drive wheels, especially in hard cornering, and reduce wheel spin?
 

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warhoggie said:
Limited Slip Differential will fix wheel hop too?

I thought it's only good for transfering power correctly to drive wheels, especially in hard cornering, and reduce wheel spin?
i dont think it does much for wheel hop. i still get it pretty bad even with my LSD.
 

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Suspension will help some.

3M Window Weld= homebuilt Urethane engine mounts. This will fix it for good. Use a caulking gun and gloves. Window Weld does not like to come off of hands.

Or you can contact Place Racing and see about getting some built.
 

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