Originally Posted by decibels [View]
short links give you quicker response and more initial turn in but less mid corner. long links give you more roll which equals grip in the middle of the corner!! but you get less response! so he is running short link on front to get the initial response because he is running soft springs and he is running the long link on the rear to create an off balance which causes rotation, which is similar to generating more mid steering but with a stable feel! and he is using the higher rear roll centre to make the car again more stable but it also lets the front move around happily which is more or less the balance he feels happy with!!
Originally Posted by Josh H
Couldn't have said it better myself.
So I take it the rear camber link is 3B?
The sheet didnt say where to put the rear ball stud and shim.....either that or I missed it.