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Old 04-30-2004, 03:47 AM   #1
rex n effect
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02 wrx pollen silv
& '11 TDi dadwagon

Default Does toe out reduce grip? Please explain its purpose.

I know a lot of autocrossers like to have some toe out in the rear to aid in "rotation". Does that mean it reduces grip in the rear? Why would you want to reduce overall grip just to loosen up the rear end? Would more swaybar or a little less negative camber be a more tire-friendly option for the street? Thanks for the input.
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