[torsen] Re: [s-cars] Re: Re: "Correcting" understeer
Eric Fletcher S.O.C.
Steadi at swbell.net
Sun Jan 21 23:18:03 EST 2001
> Interesting post. When I drive my urq *or* my tqw with the center diff
> locked, it understeers more than when it's not locked. When I lock the rear
> with the center locked, it understeers more. When I drive beyond the limit
> at the track, or take either car to Steamboat, they both drift "neutrally",
> per Jani's posted description. Does that mean the car isn't understeering?
> I'm thinking the definition of a "drift" as Jani described it in a static
> 60f/40r chassis, is understeer. I'd think you can reduce understeer by
> changing front tires, but I don't buy into a "neutral" drift as presented.
Say it enough times and you'll believe it..... You really don't read what
you post do you?
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