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Old 04-15-2003, 01:12 PM
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Originally posted by manny
Normally, lowering a car will result in "flatter" cornering, aside from looking cool.
True, lowering will create more negative camber. This will help cornering but hinder straightline braking and acceleration. The trick is to find the right balance.

Tires will also affects how much negative camber your chassis can tolerate. FWIW, Michelin recommends -1 to -3 degrees of negative camber for maximum performance with their Pilot Sport.
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