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Old 02-06-2013, 03:36 AM   #1
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if you need to add weight on the car how will you start, looking to several setting sheet they go for very specific weight in each area of the car, reason and how much is correct, what will affect.

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hi All,

if you need to add weight on the car how will you start, looking to several setting sheet they go for very specific weight in each area of the car, reason and how much is correct, what will affect.

Thanks.
Most added weight is used to balance car left to right. Where to put it is based on handling. Front of car will make car push more, rear will make it loose.

Its a nice tuning methode.
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