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Posted by rls on February 07, 2000 at 12:05:47:

In Reply to: Steering posted by BluEyZ3 on February 07, 2000 at 09:44:43:

M3/MZ3 steering (which they said was the best in the world). In the test they started to drive over quarters until they could detect them by "feedback" in the steering. It took a pile of only 3 quarters to be detected at the wheel. This is what you want. Don't numb the feel of a perfectly designed system just so you don't need to hold onto the wheel. Take pleasure in the the messages it sends you about what is under the car!: Is there such a thing as a steering damper for cars (Z'S). I know they are available for motorcycles to steady the handlebars and provide more stability, and it seem as though the Z's steering could benefit from a little extra steering control. It seems rather loose to me. Would a strut brace do the same? Just curious.

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