posted December 03, 2004 02:04 PM
i know you want the lr to drive under the car as much as possible to help with bite, but do you want the rr to stay where its at or would it be better to make it have just as much rearsteer as the left side. Any help with this is appreciated. Im trying to get any idea of what to do for next season.
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posted December 03, 2004 03:37 PM
Kinda depends on the track. Wide sweeping corners need less steer than a tight radius. Also more steer will help on a dry/slick track to get the car around the corner mechanicaly instead of using the throttle to snap it loose. High banked tracks can have less rear steer. Basicly if the car won't pivot at the corners, and you have alot of bar angle in the LR, then you need the RR to move back more.