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Old 07-13-2009, 09:49 AM   #1
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Default setup differences mazda 6 speed compared to Ltc-r

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wish is the main setup differences between this two bodies mazda 6 speed and LTC-R ??

I usually use the mazda 6 speed my question is if I have to make some changes in my setup to use the LTC-R



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because the ltc-r has more aggressive aero on the front it has more turn in

so you need less turn in


Im sure one of the more experienced guys will jump in but you could us less toe out
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Hello

wish is the main setup differences between this two bodies mazda 6 speed and LTC-R ??

I usually use the mazda 6 speed my question is if I have to make some changes in my setup to use the LTC-R



Thanks in advance.
Best regards:
Pedro Silva
If you are trying to change your car to run the LTC-R like a M6S then why not just use the M6S body? The change to the LTC-R is the setup change. You use it in conditions where you want more aggressive steering.
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If you are trying to change your car to run the LTC-R like a M6S then why not just use the M6S body? The change to the LTC-R is the setup change. You use it in conditions where you want more aggressive steering.

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