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Re: SwayBars adjustment question. (archive)

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Posted by Josh on October 05, 2000 at 19:07:43:

In Reply to: Re: SwayBars adjustment question. posted by //AAndy on October 05, 2000 at 19:00:50:

I think maybe you made a typo because those 2 statements conflict

The stiffer you make the front in relation to the rear, (shocks, springs, sways) the more oversteer you'll get.

False. Just the opposite. A soft front and a stiff rear will create oversteer.

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

True. You will need to set the fronts softer than the rears.

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