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Re: Help on set up of RD sway bars (archive)

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Posted by Karl Seeger on September 28, 1998 at 12:29:06:

In Reply to: Help on set up of RD sway bars posted by TBell on September 28, 1998 at 12:03:27:

My "Big Track" setting is "stiff" front, "loose" rear. For my autocross escapade I set the front "loose" and the rear "loose".

With the front set "stiff" I get mondo understeer but I can snap it loose with the supercharger. With the higher speeds at a big track the understeer is not as noticable.

For the autocross with the front set "loose" I get a very neutral car. The car slides but it feels even front to rear. Maybe it oversteers a little (I was to the inside of that one gate...) after thinking about it.

THIS WORKS FOR ME...you may find things different with YOUR car and driving style.

By the way, "Stiff" is the inside holes and "loose" is the ones on the end.

Get "seat time" with your new bars and stay flat!

-Karl


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