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Author Topic:   confirm my logic
jay116
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Total posts: 428
posted July 13, 2003 11:17 AM  
Are you sure you are good in? I may be wrong on this, but if you are using the brake hard to set the car, you may be feel good going in and loose off, but you may actually be covering for a pushing car--I have one of those. Only way I can keep the car from pushing is to throw it sideways using brake. My theory is that if I can reduce the braking required, I will be faster. Only problem is, I haven't figured out how to do that yet!

jay116
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 428
posted July 13, 2003 01:54 PM  
If it's a push in yes it's more than likely a front problem,loose in could be either,everything being equal(neutral car)your right on the going in/front,coming off/rear,most cars run alot of bite to get it off the corner well causing a tight in condition that can be made up for with brakes and tossing it into the corner.

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