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      11-25-2013, 09:09 AM   #238
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Originally Posted by Groundpilot View Post
Here is why.
It comes down to laws of physics.
The heavy end of an object will always move outwards under centrifugal force.
There is more at play than this. There are also different spring rates, suspension geometry, available grip at each tire etc. And then there is an acceleration vector since one should be on the throttle throughout the turn in most cases if doing it right. It's nowhere near as simple as a rigid object experiencing uniform centrifugal force distribution.
Take it easy...someone asked a question wanting a simple answer and it was provided. Do we want to do a fbd and use a cross product to deduce all forces present and go with the largest to find the culprit for the under steer
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