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Stiffer shocks = more stable car for higher speed corners
11-26-2018, 04:39 AM
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Stiffer shocks = more stable car for higher speed corners
I recently have been having great luck with my suspension setup solving issues where the car is breaking free and becoming unstable in high speed corners. I found that stiffening the shocks all the way around makes it much more stable. I noticed this first at Michigan, where every now and then my car would get unstable and snap loose. I then raced at pavel's "watkins glen" "boot" track. I was having issues in the first few 'esses' corners where they are flat-out approaching the back straight. I stiffened the suspension all the way around 25% stiffer and it handles much more stable and predictible where the car would randomly snap loose if I gave it too much steering input before.

So- if you have this issue, give the car about 25% stiffer shocks all the way around and see if it works for you.
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Stiffer shocks = more stable car for higher speed corners - samsepi0l - 11-26-2018 04:39 AM

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