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      02-24-2011, 07:16 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Ant Man View Post
......Thorney Motorsport but they set up cars with max neg camber, 2mm front toe out and 1mm rear toe in, claiming it makes the car much more willing to turn in without sacrificing straight line stablity and also improves steering feel. Some users on the US site also run these settings with favourable feedback. Just some extra things you might want to take into account.
Running with toe out at the front without sacrificing straight line stability sounds implausible. No doubt the turn in would be lively but it would dancing all over the place on uneven roads....or is this just for a track set up?
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