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Old 11-04-2013, 08:50 AM   #822
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Originally Posted by 1966ss View Post
What would the low role center rear bracket do for performance?
Hey Brett what's up! If I'm not mistaken, if you lower your rear roll center it will increase the distance between roll center and center of gravity and the car will roll more in the corners. I think the effect of that is to utilize more of the available traction/grip for a given surface. It should help go harder on throttle without having the rear wash out of the corners but the downside of that could be less corner speed. I think that it is then possible to compensate with a harder shock setup.
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