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Re: SwayBars adjustment question. (archive)

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Posted by //AAndy on October 05, 2000 at 19:00:50:

In Reply to: SwayBars adjustment question. posted by ChewToy on October 05, 2000 at 17:38:19:

The stiffer you make the front in relation to the rear, (shocks, springs, sways) the more oversteer you'll get. Note that sways really only count in transition, unlike springs & shocks.

So, to induce more oversteer than what you have now, you'd need to set the sways softer in relation to the rears.

Andy -- '97 M3


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