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    2004 GT3
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  1. ldw

    GT3 Steering Precision

    Agreed and it is very noticable. It is a function of the somewaht stiffer spring rates compared to the standard C2 996 and more significnatly the shocks with higher compression valving and much higher rebound control. There is very little droop in the shocks. As a comparison, when the car is on a lift, the separation between the top of the tire and the fender is about the same as the standard stock ride height tire to fender distance of a C2 996 when it is resting on the ground! The described handling behavior is greatly magnified in the cup car race platform on slicks with its yet stiffer springs and differently valved shocks. It is the limited slip which in fact assists in this brief oversteer not being more than it is and when power put back on,...the car relatively understeers again.
  2. Excellent site! Plan on visiting quite often... Lynn
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