GOING RACING FOR THE FIRST TIME OFF-ROAD LAMBORGHINI HURACAN!!

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In today’s episode were racing at HooptieX in the #JUMPACAN!
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34 thoughts on “GOING RACING FOR THE FIRST TIME OFF-ROAD LAMBORGHINI HURACAN!!

  1. He could do a short rally driving course. One of the first things you learn on a loose surface is to brake going into the corner to shift your weight to the front to get traction in the corner.

  2. Just attach a horizontal yoke for a large rod end on top of the control arm that the bolt passes through. Basically like the front mount of a 4 link. Double shear, more misalignment tolerance, likely substantially greater travel. I feel like a better solution would be to have the shock and spring on that arm so that the current arm that is managing all that force is instead just used for locating and alignment, but if you are stuck with the current suspension design you'll need something that can pivot (around the long axis of vehicle) or it'll just keep eating bolts until it starts eating bigger suspension components.

  3. you can tell on that last jump, front was a lil soft, and back looked way too hard, it pushed the rear way higher then the front, at least more than it should, thats what my eyes seen at least, i could be stupid too

  4. Spring is to soft. Bottoming out which effectively making that arm it's connected to solid. The wheel hub control arm is still under enough upward force to over come the capacity of the bolt. Bet if you check the threads on the bolt that bent they have been stretched.

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