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Re: [Fot] Do hillclimb conditions increase or decrease TR6 squat?

To: "Robert M. Lang" <>
Subject: Re: [Fot] Do hillclimb conditions increase or decrease TR6 squat?
From: Jack Mc <>
Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2013 06:49:36 -0400
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1/4" toe out?
HolyFlyingGaurdRail Batman! That sounds like a handful for that 4th gear
stretch - was it twitchy?   Seems like it would "hunt" for a straight path at
high speeds - In a way you'd never feel in an Autocross. No? Maybe?
On the other hand, I don't guess I would change it for one weekend.
Nice video, nice drive

Jack Mc

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On Jun 25, 2013, at 9:05 PM, "Robert M. Lang" <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I wouldn't set the car for less camber just because you're at a hillclimb.
For this event, I ran autocross settings (1/4" toe out front, about 1.5
degrees neg. camber front and rear and ZERO toe in the rear.)
> The road camber was more important than the alignment settings, IMHO. E.G.,
drive the right line and you're good to go. Get off the proper line and there
was no road to help and trees/rocks/guardrails calling.
> regards,
> rml
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