Originally Posted by mangoman
Not sure if this is a dumb question or not, but if i am traction rolling my car is there anything in particular that i can change or focus on that will reduce this more than any else?
Admittedly i should probably try letting off earlier before the corner, and i was dialing out front end steering but would prefer to keep as much as possible.
It depends a bit on what the car does.. Is it griproling on the front or rear tires?
Really effective is gluing the side walls of the front tire. This will reduce front grip big time. But, after a few Bat's you will be running on the glue, and start losing front grip fast.
Putting a shim on the front springs, this will reduce travel of the front susp.
Makin your car more wide at all tires... will reduce grip roll.
Softer center spring, will give more grip and therefore less grip roll.
check the rear tires on the foam being pulled of the rim, but not chunking. This happens a lot, because of the tire additive.
When the grip is really high, putt a softer front spring, this will reduce the "pressure" on the front tire, which will degrease front grip.
Then again, gluing the front tire is the fastest and most effective way to reduce grip roll.