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Thank you Mark . . . . (archive)

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Posted by Mike Zamarocy on August 03, 2000 at 00:40:08:

In Reply to: you guys are amazing..... posted by M Sipe on August 02, 2000 at 16:50:07:

That is why I asked for you and Chris to answer. Though the other answers were a lot of good theory, you two put it to REAL use. So it looks that the car is not doing any more leaning than it should be (considering my suspension - not as good as yours, but better than total stock) in THAT turn, and under that speed I was at. I had just been expecting that it would have been leaning less.

But you also make another good point, to TRY out the different settings and see what works BEST for me and my driving style. And actually, at that event, the front shocks were set to 1/2 - 3.4 firm. At the next AutoX after this, I let Wolfgang (ASP RX7 - you probably know of him) drive my car during FUN runs. He suggested to set the fronts full firm, and we both were quicker by near 2 seconds over my official times! So I think, for the hell of it, that I'll try the front bar to full firm too.


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