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Old 10-09-2012, 12:36 AM   #49
Mango
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good advice, nick, although i know the basics of understeer, oversteer, lift throttle oversteer, weight transfer, etc. i do plan on knocking my pins next time before my next alignment. and yes im positive its my wheel bearings.

i did let my car idle after runs for about a minute. still great tips.

and dmax, afaik, raising front tire pressure relative to the rear will introduce even more understeer. it wasnt that bad.

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