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Old 08-31-2012, 04:11 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by TwoWheel View Post
Not really to belabor the point, but I think that yes, one can just accept the fact that "it is whas" and just set up their car to push and very slowly learn to drive a "faster" setup (read--less push). There is only certain amount of expo, steering speed, etc...that you can dial in before the steering feels disconnected--for me, anything more than +/- 10% on the expo starts to affect my steering accuracy and consistency.
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