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      11-14-2012, 03:26 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Porschefile View Post
initial and mid corner. I guess it is steady state. Maybe the rake is not enough? I have around .6" higher front than rear, similar to stock. And toe is zero.
I'd try changing the rake so the rear is 0.25-0.5" higher than the front (start at 0.25" and then increase to 0.5"). Dropping the rear ride height relative to the front (or increasing front relative to rear) will increase steady-state understeer (other variables come into play but this is generally the case). Depending on your current ride heights, if possible, I'd start by lowering the front first before raising the rear (i.e., always initially start working on the end with the issue because it will help to increase overall grip).
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