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Lowering pressure in the rear causes more tire (archive)

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Posted by Philip on November 16, 2000 at 13:31:37:

In Reply to: Ummm...try the other way around. Sorry if you posted by were being sarcastic...(e) Animboy on November 15, 2000 at 22:49:29:

rollover (less sidewall rigiity), thereby allowing the rear to slide more. It has been suggested that this will help reduce understeer when autocrossing (which I refer to as safety course training in order to avoid voiding my warrantee!).

I have yet to try it, switching to a performance suspension has reduced the problem substantially in my last safety class.

and increasing the pressure in the fronts?

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