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Started by Leepu Awlia, February 27, 2005, 07:03:30 AM
Quote from: Ernest on May 27, 2005, 07:52:38 PMI wonder if toe settings in the front affects turn in by changing the ackerman angles? Since cornering eventually shifts weight to the outside tires causing them to bear majority of the traction load, the inner wheels would have less of an impact in handling / cornering mid-way through the corner or when the car has settled down into the turn. Hence, toe settings at the front will only have an impact to the initial turn in.The rear toe angles are simpler to work out in theory.Nice post!
Quote from: Ernest on May 28, 2005, 11:03:17 AMYes I agree, but does it accelerate turn-in due to increased ackerman angles on the inside front wheel? Afterall you will have a larger amount of steering in the inside wheel with toe out at the front than the outside wheel.