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Old 04-26-2004, 02:28 PM   #21
Watkinsm3
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Location: On an autox course in PA
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2004 STi A-Stock #24
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Originally posted by MonoSki
Bigger front bar reduces steady state grip but increases transitional grip. most autox's these days are all about transitions. what you make up there is more than you might loose on the few sweepers.
better damped shocks will help on the sti as it is underdamped to beging with
An your data is where? I seriously hope this is not just a "bigger front bar induces understeer" generalization. Check out FSelekler's link when you get a chance... shocking!

NOTHING... beats real world testing (with a good driver in a consistent eviroment... blah, blah, blah). BUT... if you still believe you're right you are MORE than welcome to run this other setup in Topeka... I won't stop you... in fact, I only encourage you to!

-Matt
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