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      02-13-2016, 02:42 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by crypticc View Post
Don't most reaching drivers run with a softer rear anti roll bar than standard, or none at all. Arb reduces grip rather than increases I thought. More for feel again
Very interesting but I am a bit confused here.

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If the bar is TOO soft, the car will exhibit exit OVERsteer. In this case, compared to a rear bar that is TOO stiff, the exit OVERsteer condition will be more gradual instead of a snap
How would a softer arb increase grip, it seems to defy physics?
Do many of us experience this in real driving vs theory only?
I am not sure it's easy to distinguish between snap and roll given the timeframe of the exit drift is so short.
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