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Started by Leepu Awlia, February 27, 2005, 07:03:30 am

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nikko_m

Quote from: stranger on December 01, 2006, 03:33:16 pm
ok lang ba na likod lang ang babaan?just to have a bit of sporty look,mga 1in lang or so.car is a 98 corona.tnx


sir,
why would you want to lower your rear's lang?kung may sakay ka sa likod baka mas mataas ang front end ng car mo.better cguro kung pantay ang pag ka lower ng car.

badtoy

nice read...

just a question. If the car doesnt have a swaybar equipped in the front, can a lower arm bar for the crossmember compensate?

rkdf

good day everyone.

about tire pressure lang po.

nabasa ko sa first page lowering front tire presure increases "understeer" and lowering rear tire presure increases "oversteer"?
question ko lang po,
di po ba when we lower the tire pressure, the tire gets softer, therefore increasing the contact patch of the tire in the road, hence more grip. so di po ba lowering the tire pressure in the front decreases  "understeer" and lowering rear tire pressure decreases "oversteer".

enlightenment would be appreciated. :)
thankyou. :thumbsup:

tougeattacksid

Yeah. I personally, (on my S13 back in the States), like to run 25-28PSI in the front tires and 32-35PSI in the rear , whenever i drift, so it would have a nice tossable feel to it. I used this even before i got my TEIN Super Drift coilovers.

Tires are EVERYTHING when it comes to handling.

Quote from: badtoy on December 11, 2007, 08:28:44 am
nice read...

just a question. If the car doesnt have a swaybar equipped in the front, can a lower arm bar for the crossmember compensate?


plus they make rear swaybars for cars as well =)

javejackpot

Quote from: nikko_m on March 18, 2007, 09:49:52 am
sir,
why would you want to lower your rear's lang?kung may sakay ka sa likod baka mas mataas ang front end ng car mo.better cguro kung pantay ang pag ka lower ng car.


one more thing, by just lowering the rear, you're already compromising your car's handling. its way better to have the front and rear lowered instead of just the rear

blur

hmm now i know why my car rolls to much during turns.... im missing my rear sway bar... i noticed it when i installed a rear lower tie bar.... i believe SiR's come with a sway bar right??? mine is missing

ozzyzero

yes it comes with sway bar

orlacx

is it ok to put only lower tie bar, instead of sway bar?   ???

blur

i believe sway bars mas importan than tie bars  :)

blue TRD


what is the difference in performance between 2-point and 3-point strutbars?  ???
Particular about your car?


10323015

Quote from: blue TRD on September 02, 2009, 02:31:22 pm
what is the difference in performance between 2-point and 3-point strutbars?  ???


if you aren't pushing it to the limit, not much.

besides, the firewall ain't that strong enough to resist the "push" coming from the 3 point strut.

2 points are good, but if you have the extra cash, 3 points wouldn't hurt.

sneha3047

Good post it is very informative.
thanks

mikbik

what is the tolerable drop in inches for our country roads? the car is daily driver w/ koni setup

aylaisabelle

There's no tolerable drop theory. Roads in our country isn't flat at all. kahit mukang flat bouncy parin kasi wavy ung pagkaka palitada ng daan.

so pag lowered ka, ramdam mo lahat ng ka imperpekto ng mga daananan sa atin.

ung akala mo ok na di pala ahah..

Pero ganda naman tinganan ng kotse kaya ok lang heheh.. :)

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