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      11-16-2011, 07:35 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by dapopa9 View Post
I was just quoting the part of the increase/decrease of pressure..you actually say to increase/decrease both the front and back all at the same time which is contradicting in itself...I think you were meaning to say to - Reduce Understeer decrease front and increase rear.

BTW great article you posted!
You can do "either" not both. For example, to deal with oversteer you could increase R pressure OR decrease front pressure. However, let's say you increased rear but then under braking your rear starts to dance then you'd go back and drop the R pressure back to what it was before you raised it and then lower the F to get rid of the oversteer.

Please note, we are assuming all other varables are not being adjusted otherwise things can get complicated fast!
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