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Re: How can I decrease UNDERSTEER? (archive)

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Posted by Shabill on June 12, 2000 at 10:37:55:

In Reply to: How can I decrease UNDERSTEER? posted by Jonathan on June 12, 2000 at 10:22:08:

Dial in some negative camber up front. It works like a charm. You might need a set of camber plates (I have KMACs).

- John

: I've got a 95 with LTW wheels and the seems to plow through the corners a bit too much for my liking. Drove a 98 and I could get the tail out just a tad. I'm used to driving my supercharged miata with 195 width tires that can oversteer like a mad dog.

: Isn't there a way to adjust the tire pressure to correct? Or maybe change the tire sizes? I'd rather not spring for a swaybar as I'd like to stay stock class for autocross. I think my front shocks are weak, which might be aggrevating the plowing problem.

: Thanks
: Jonathan
: Raleigh, NC
: 95 M3




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