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    List of online calculators

    Please post any links to online calculators in this forum thread.
    You can post suspension or Engine calculators here, but please give a short explanation of what your calculator does.
    David

    Here is a page on how to calculate your suspension frequencies http://www.racingaspirations.com/app...ncy-calculator

    Last edited by David Pozzi; 03-23-2015 at 10:17 PM.
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    Here is an engine calculators I use for displacement, compression, boost, and altitude. It is primarily focused on motercyles, but the four cycle engine data is the same regardless of # of cylinders.

    http://www.rbracing-rsr.com/comprAdvHD.htm


    TC

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    This link seems to cover quite a bit also : http://www.tciauto.com/tc/support/

    enjoy
    Last edited by David Pozzi; 03-23-2015 at 10:19 PM.

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    "BillShope" may be too modest to post his own page. There is a lot of good stuff here.
    http://home.earthlink.net/~whshope/

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    These are somewhat specific in topic, but very useful if you know how to use.

    http://www.engineersedge.com/Calulators_Online.shtml
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    Tire Size Calculator

    Compare tires and see actual height and speedometer difference.
    http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

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    I like this one for tire size visualization:
    http://www.rims-n-tires.com/rt_specs.jsp

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    RC Engineering's fuel injector size calculator:

    http://www.rceng.com/technical.aspx?..._Injector_Size_

    (i've found it to err to the large side, you can pick the next size down and probably be ok)

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    Rear steer calculator. Not sure if it is accurate or not.
    http://www.chassishelp.com/rearsteer.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by off camber View Post
    Not sure if it is accurate or not.
    If the picture's correct, I don't see how it could be. He appears to be showing Heims at both ends, but no upper link. Rear steer is determined by more than just the angle of the lower link.
    http://www.racetec.cc/shope

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    Derivation of Wheel Caster Geometry

    This is a reprinted SAE paper on the geometry of wheel caster, including the derivation of the equations related to measuring it on your vehicle.

    Warning, gratuitous use of trig.

    http://www.hunter.com/pub/undercar/2573T/index.htm
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    here's a few good reference pages to be helpfull to most.
    http://torchmate.com/resource_center/reference_tables/
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    Here is a site with a materials weight calculator with what appears to be a pretty comprehensive materials index. Tell it what type of metal alloy and of what dimensions (for all sorts of materials - round tube, solid round, square, flat sheet, etc., etc.) and it spits out the total weight. Pretty handy.

    http://www.onlinemetals.com/calculator.cfm
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    Here is a free online suspension geometry calculator, it's set up for 67-69 Camaro front suspension stock:
    67-69 Factory Suspension
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