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Old 11-01-2006, 09:08 PM   #1
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I am curious about body support. what is the benefit from using this stuff?
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Body support? Is this some sort of stuff that creates a stiffer body?

If so , then it would hold shape better which would = more downforce = more grip.

Weight would be a con , as well higher roll center.
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Body support? Is this some sort of stuff that creates a stiffer body?

If so , then it would hold shape better which would = more downforce = more grip.

Weight would be a con , as well higher roll center.
I can imagine the weight gain. how about protection? will it protect the car?
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