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WELL WHAT IS AN OPTIMAL SETUP? (archive)

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Posted by CuriosGeorge on October 05, 2000 at 18:56:32:

In Reply to: Full stiff in front will give you understeer posted by eom on October 05, 2000 at 18:53:53:


I've seen this question posted several times with no good input from anybody. I guess his board just doesn't know!? He wants neutral to oversteer characteristics or other suggestions. I'm a bit curious about this myself. What Setups are recommended?


I just got my UUC tubular swaybars. They are 26/24 fr in size. I have a 95 M3 with stock wheels and h&r sport springs and bilstein sport shocks. What is the optimum setup for my car on the swaybars? Full Stiff up front and what in the rear? I tend to like neutral handling with a little oversteer. This is a weekend car that I like to autocross if that matters. Helpful input appreciated.






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