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Old 06-12-2006, 09:29 PM   #126
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i forgot to mention, i found my oversteer problem thanks to the scca scales.

front to rear weight 58.9%f and 41.1% rear

yep in need of corner balancing in a big way oh and a diet for ME and the car would do some good 3475ish with me in it
You can't adjust weight balance front to rear, or side to side with cornerweighting. You need to phsyically remove/add weight to change those percentages. You can set cross weight however, which whould help the car turn the same in a left and right hand turn. Try using a tire pyrometer to see where your car is at. I would also take a big look at spring rates/swaybars and the alignment. Excess rear spring or excess rear toe out will cause oversteer too.
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