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Old 11-04-2012, 12:55 PM   #16
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I went ahead and added about 2 more mm of front droop and it did drive a bit differently and took a bit of getting used to but the good news is it felt a bit more stable and i bettered my best lap time overall by over .3. I don't feel like I have more steering but it is definately faster now. Not sure where i'm making up the time but I am making up time somewhere.

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More roll can be easier to drive, as it will soak up things more.
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Old 11-04-2012, 01:46 PM   #18
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Awesome post, thanks guys.
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Know this thread might be a tad old, after reading all of it, question on my mind is:
If i want to maintain ride height of 21mm
1. If i increase the front droop aka unscrew 2 turns from full screw, weight and spring untouched, i presume my static ride height will increase in the front am i right?
2. if after unscrew and i still want to maintain ride height of 21mm, i would have to adjust the front collar in order to reach the ride height that i want.

So if the above action i do, does it somehow back to the same again?

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