Help diag this problem on my E30

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Re: Help diag this problem on my E30

Postby Yoshi » Thu Oct 01, 2009 12:15 pm

well technically no rear sway should give you more rear traction not less. But it should help keep a good contact patch on both sides mid corner and smooth out transitions. So goes the theory. I might test it out at the track next event. with and without the bar.
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Re: Help diag this problem on my E30

Postby madmaverick » Mon Oct 05, 2009 8:38 pm

Yoshi wrote:well technically no rear sway should give you more rear traction not less. But it should help keep a good contact patch on both sides mid corner and smooth out transitions. So goes the theory. I might test it out at the track next event. with and without the bar.


That shouldnt be too hard, just remove the links and go for a run.
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Re: Help diag this problem on my E30

Postby Yoshi » Tue Oct 06, 2009 12:42 am

yep yep lookin forward to it.
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