Originally Posted by M3SQRD
So you've never adjusted ride height at the track to deal with "steady state" handling issues, like midcorner understeer or oversteer? It's not that difficult to make adjustments to compensate for changes in ride height.
Wait, no. You don't use ride height to adjust understeer or oversteer.
I can see adjusting damping as a bandaid for that, but it should be tuned with spring rate and possibly front sway bars... (typically you'd leave the rear alone to help put power down)
But no, ride height does not adjust understeer or oversteer in a proper setup and you'd never adjust ride height at the track without an alignment rack.