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Author Topic:   Leading Right Rear?
WRC1136
Member
posted June 26, 2001 09:30 PM
Which is the best way in your opinion.......Leading the right rear or leading the left rear to get around the turns quicker?


liljohn18
Member
posted June 27, 2001 12:01 AM
Leading the right rear tightens a car through the whole corner. That is just an example of cause and effect. It is the complete setup that counts. For every action, there is a reaction. Any changes you make in setup may help in one area, and hurt in another. Always look at the big picture and try to find a balance. Always fix entry problems first, and go from there.


bbracer17
Member
posted June 27, 2001 08:42 PM
I run about a 1/4 of right rear lead but I also run alot of angle in my right trailing arm so when the car rolls over on the right there is no lead at all but when you get off the right side it tightens the car coming off. I hope I explained that right.


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