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      09-01-2012, 05:16 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Carl Morris
Interesting. I'm not much of a suspension guy...I was thinking that the easiest way to reduce understeer on our cars would be to use camber/caster plates to get the front camber to match the rear. Due to liability issues I tend to assume that the factory has pretty much maximized the traction at the rear and not at the front to make sure there's plenty of understeer and that the fix is just a matter of increasing traction at the front.
I agree completely, Understeer is the "safe" route.. The rear sway bar is incredibly flimsy.. I'm sure camber would increase front grip, but from my experience with only these mods.. It does a fantastic job of balancing the car.. The rear end just feels too soft.. Using these M3 components makes a noticeable difference
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