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What happens when you change settings


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Folks , I found some interesting information with regard to changes in car behavior that you can expect when you change certain settings on your car.

NOTE: This came from a Kart site so it has some Kart specific information , however , the rest seems to be relevant to us all.

Tech Tips

Chassis Performance

If Kart is loose in rear (oversteer)

1. Wider front track

2. Narrower front tires

3. Narrower rear tires

4. Wider rear tires

5. Higher air pressure in front

6. Lower air pressure in rear

7. Move weight to rear

8. Loosen rear bumper

9. Increase frame flex

If Kart is pushing (won't turn)

1. Narrower front track

2. Wider front tires

3. Wider rear track

4. Narrower rear tires

5. Lower air pressure in front

6. Higher air pressure in rear

7. Move weight to front

8. Tighten rear bumper

9. Decrease frame flex

Air Pressure

Higher

1. Less bite (looser)

2. Reduce bicycling

3. Less sidewalk flex

4. Tire will wear in the center

5. Sme effect as a darder tire

Lower

1. More bite

2. Reduce loose condition

3. More sidewalk flex

4. Tire wears on outside edges

5. Same effect as a softer tire

Track Width

Front Narrower

1. Front will bite more

2. Steer easier

3. Rear will bite less

Rear Narrower

1. Rear will bite more

2. Front will bite less (push more)

3. Lift tire easier (less axle flex)

Front Wider

1. Front will bite less

2. Steer harder

3. Transfer more weight

4. Rear will bite more

Rear Wider

1. Rear will bite less

2. Front will bite more (less push)

3. More axle flex

Hubs

Short

1. More front bite

2. Transfers more weight

Long

1. More rear bite

2. Transfers less weight

Have fun

HarryR C2 1999

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