Delrin or Poly bushings? Worth it?
ekellock at gmail.com
Fri Aug 20 00:36:52 EDT 2004
Exactly what I do with the one caveat being to not carry too much
speed in so that it plows when I put down the power. Finessing that
is the coolest part because when I do it right, I'm usually at full
boost before corner exit. I think it's the fastest way through the
corner, but I know it's the most fun, for me.
> On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 08:51:02 +0100, Alan Pritchard
> <apritchard at seaeye.com> wrote:
> > Yep, dunno if it's the proper line, but I find going as wide as possible,
> > and turning in late then going full throttle. Feels fun, and generally makes
> > some distance to my friends in their fwd cars behind ;)
> > Best Regards,
> > Alan Pritchard
> > IT Administrator
> > Mechanical Design Engineer
> > Seaeye Marine Ltd.
> > WWW.Seaeye.com
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Ed Kellock [mailto:ekellock at gmail.com]
> > Sent: 18 August 2004 20:16
> > To: qlist
> > Subject: Re: Delrin or Poly bushings? Worth it?
> > I have found that to take the best advantage of the power and traction
> > combination available with quattro, earlier braking and a late apex
> > allow the best time through the corner. This dictates a slightly
> > different line and it may not be the shortest, but it limits the
> > amount of understeer plow that occurs and allows more time at full
> > throttle. I didn't discover this on my own, but I've compared it to
> > the "traditional line" and it's far quicker. Just ask my 951-driving
> > friend who followed me in my 200 around Pueblo many times one day.
> > Ed
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