Originally posted by syndr0me
I don't mean to interrupt your softcore show, but what do the lowered blocks do for you, exactly?
here is a short blurb from an article I found..........
....There are two reasons why we need to know the location of the roll center. One is to help determine the camber change characteristics, the other is to help determine how the dynamic forces will influence the handling of the race car. The height of the roll center (above or below the ground) affects the camber change characteristics. The position left or right of the centerline of the car will determine how the suspension will react to the dynamic forces which will cause the car to roll in the turns.......
Lowering the roll center gives more chassis roll so more traction. Here is the link http://circletrack.com/techarticles/4637/
if you want more indepth info.