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Old 05-01-2005, 09:03 PM   #1
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Which way do you move the wing to get more grip or to get less grip

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You move the wing back or up for more downforce. For less downforce you move the wing forward or down.

Moving it back or forward changes the leverage the wing has on the body. Moving the wing up or down alters what kind of air the wing encounters. The higher up the wing is, the cleaner the air meaning the wing will work more efficiently.
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