Quick! Get a bigger front anti-roll bar before the rest of this list makes
Seriously, most RWD cars are loose and you're just going to have to learn to
drive it. On many (but not all) courses being loose is a good thing. You
should see what us FWD guys do to get the car to rotate.
If it's really a problem, a bigger front bar would help transfer more weight
up front which should help. You may want to experiment with some alignment
changes as well. Having very limited seat time in the RX7 (and none in your
gen) I won't offer any specifics there.
98 Integra GS/R
CJ Bienert wrote:
> Greetings All,
> I'm a new subscriber to this list and have just
> started autoxing this summer in C stock. I have a
> question for all you first generation RX-7 drivers
> (and anyone else who really wants to take a stab at
> it). Whilst trying to drive as smoothly as possible
> but at the limits of my tires, my car will invariably
> enter an oversteer condition before it will
> understeer. I'm trying to figure out how to improve
> the car's balance. Currently, I've been running
> approx 38psi in my front tires and 34 in the rears.
> I've also been removing my spare (located over the
> rear axle) and try to show up with less than a half
> tank of fuel. My logic was to reduce the overall mass
> of my car. Here's my question: Within stock rules and
> what can I do to reduce my car's tendency to
> oversteer? Does a car that tends towards understeer
> tend to put in faster lap times?
> Thanks all
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