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Rob, do you have any'normal' cars, besides the two (archive)

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Posted by turbo beasts??- Andre (eom) on May 28, 1999 at 09:24:17:

In Reply to: 'sokay... posted by Rob Levinson on May 27, 1999 at 23:07:14:

: It's perfectly normal, the rear camber is supposed to be like that. That positioning of the rear wheels is one of the things that gives and E28 remarkable handling while retaining a compliant ride.

: There's even a little bit of the rear-wheel-steer similar to Audi's "Weissach axle" twist-beam... lean the car in a turn and the rear wheels' toe action causes the rear to assist in rotating the car.

: You want to see a really crazy example of rear-wheel camber? Look at a 2nd-gen RX-7 ('86-'93), it looks like someone just leaned a wheel against the car and didn't tighten to lugs.

: - Rob




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