Stock Car Setup Manual

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But even if a driver is physically able to turn the steering, lighter steering in general helps a driver be more precise and improves car control. One of the first and more well known benefits of more positive caster is that as you turn the wheel both front tires will tilt into the turn. This will cause the inside wheel to go more positive which is helpful for grip and on the outside wheel it will go more negative.

Differential synopsis: The higher the ratio/number (6.556) the higher the rpms. Provides quicker acceleration, but slower top speeds. The lower the ratio/number (2.857) the lower the rpms. Provides slower acceleration, but higher top speeds. The final drive ratios can be viewed by clicking the drivetrain/aero tab on the garage screen. This is a non-adjustable option that is basically used for comparison purposes.

Let's look specifically at what is happening at the tires as we adjust toe so we can learn more about it. The primary variable that toe will affect is how quickly the car reacts to steering movements right around center. If the vehicle has toe in at the front, as the driver turns the wheel the more heavily loaded outer tire which is supplying the majority of turning forces will already be generating a force into the corner so the car will respond more quickly and turn in faster. Contrary to popular knowledge, for a given amount of initial steering, toe-in actually causes a car to turn in quicker, not slower. A side effect of steering forces building quicker however is that there will be a greater self-aligning force on the steering wheel, which will feel more stable to a driver.