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post #4 of (permalink) Old 03-18-2017, 03:11 PM
No, Mr. Lemmywinks, No!!!

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Originally Posted by XR7-4.6 View Post
... or the toe compensators - literally there in the words of an MN12 project engineer - to induce understeer!!!
The Ford road cars found out in the 60's that track times go down if you add understeer under acceleration.

I saw a show on Velocity channel about modding an old GT40 with a factory IRS setup they found, and they were terribly disappointed at finding this out.

But the track data they took opposed their opinion; I don't think it changed their opinion tho.

I Like the rear wheels not toeing out under drive power, but maybe that's just me.

Bad bushings would wobble like crazy with no compensators; even blown, they only have ~1/8" play.

Who was it here that left them out of their mark arm swap?

I'd wonder how it drives?

It should have way more oversteer under throttle.

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