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Old 11-25-02, 10:23 AM
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fc, passive rear steer for autox

do you guys get the elimination bushings or do you actually like it? sometimes i think it helps driving hard. other times i feel like i get snap oversteer when it finally does break loose. haven't autox'd it yet so give me some of your opinions.
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Old 11-25-02, 10:29 AM
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I don't think theres much use for it in AutoX. Most people who get serious about driving get the elimination bushings.
But thats only my saying about it. Some may say otherwise
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Jeremy,

Depends on your class, if you care. If you don't care, then definitely get rid of the rear steer, the car becomes much more predictable without it.

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csp, so i think i'm ok.
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