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    anybody run even spring rates for front and rear?

    Well...I decided to try a different rear spring rate for next year (16K/16K). Anybody have any experiences with road racing on an even front and rear rate?

    how does the car handle? I'm expecting a bit more rotation, but i just want to know how much more. My next track day isn't until March 2005

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    nobody?

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      #3
      i would think you'd have less rotation if both ends are even. having a stiffer rear would cause it to "fish-tail" or rotate more.

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        #4
        Does this car go on the street? 16k is like 800lb that's gonna be rough

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          #5
          how big is your rear sway?

          Ben

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            #6
            Originally posted by Ben Ogle
            how big is your rear sway?

            Ben
            Suspension Techniques...
            Front: 22mm?
            Rear: 19mm?

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              #7
              Originally posted by MrFrost
              Does this car go on the street? 16k is like 800lb that's gonna be rough
              yes...daily driven. But the streets in Richmond, BC are pretty smooth.

              i've been riding on 16K front/14K rear for a while before I upgraded the rear to 16K.

              The car was neutral at the road course, but felt a little too neutral for my taste, so i decided to try something stiffer in the rear to get a bit more rotation.

              PS: it's about 895lb
              Last edited by Eclypz; 17 Dec 2004, 06:50:24.

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                #8
                BUMP!

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                    #10
                    how can a car be "too neutral?"

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by MySlowTeg
                      how can a car be "too neutral?"
                      driver preference.
                      I guess you could also say it's understeering more than i like, but that usually gives the impression to people that my car is understeering, which it's not.

                      i want it to oversteer a bit

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