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      05-07-2012, 11:57 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by tomtom11 View Post
ok so someone please confirm this. lets say there is 35psi in all my tires and i want to reduce understeer. and lets say it is within spec to increase the pressure to 38psi. so if i put in like 43 psi it would techincally be putting in more air in the front tire but it would actually negatively affect handling because its to much air. so ideally i would put in the 38 psi up front and leave the rears with 35psi or even go down to like 34psi. that way i have the perfect contact patch up front and less grip in the rear. wouldnt this be beneficial in terms of reducing understeer?
No. You'll be adding to your understeer issue with that.

You want higher PSI in the rears, and less up front. 32F/36R works pretty nicely for me. With DTC on, the car feels really good. Predictable and neutral.
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