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Old 07-13-2010, 06:37 PM   #1
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Are you guys finding one offset preferred over another for a 190MM body? Does running a +3 offset add any stability? Any ill effects with running a wheel greater than 0 offset?
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It does change the handling a bit to go with the wider offset but I am not sure if it is an improvement. All I know is that it changes the stability. I think the car is actually more nimble with the narrower track= 0 offset. I guess you can always try it and see if you hate it or not.
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