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      10-05-2012, 09:16 PM   #36
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Originally Posted by bigjae1976 View Post
If you increase grip up front it will make change the balance towards oversteer. You won't be drifting every corner but just have that in the back of your mind. You've changed your car so you can't drive exactly how your were driving before. It will feel a lot better. When you come into a corner faster than you're used to, the car might not plow but actually turn. If you aren't being smooth then the backend will come around on you. Just stay on the throttle smoothly to keep the rear under control.
Good to know! Current setup understeers a bit, so I'm hoping plates and new alignment will get me closer towards neutral. Because of EDC, I'm thinking it might be best to go with an intermediate setup for both street/track instead of switching back and forth. This of course depends on tire wear on my street tires with this much camber.
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