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Old 08-16-2002, 01:48 PM   #10
LiquidIQ
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Yea, it might be the reduced camber change, I have about a degree in the front. I think a lot of it though, it the better balance of weight through the car when doing the corner. I don't feel the rear or the front getting floaty at all, it just sticks.

There's this turnaround by the best buy and it's a two lane 90degree turn, twice. Since it's two lane, you have a little play room. Stock I would understeer that mother like a bish, with the rear, I could feel the rear floating a tad, but now it's quite nice and crisp through the turn.

- Steven

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Originally posted by jmott
the increase in speed you noticed through the corner you noticed (which I kinda doubt you experimented with scientifically, kinda scares me to try!) may have been due mostly to reduced camber change in the corner.

OR, from better dividing up the cars weight between front and rear.

and yeah, when I get some sort of adjustable strut setup, I will experiment with going back to the stock front sway bar and set my rear bar softer.


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