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    That would help too, but I'm not going to let...

    That would help too, but I'm not going to let aero off the hook at all. I think the tire deal is secondary, but definitely part of it. Not only does it create comers and goers, but you hurt guys...
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    Ok TMac. Haha. More downforce would be faster,...

    Ok TMac. Haha. More downforce would be faster, most definitely.

    That said, it's the opposite of what the class needs from a survivability of the class standpoint.
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    Total load gain is aero. Balance left to right...

    Total load gain is aero. Balance left to right is changed by lifting the chassis. Yes, following a car has some effect. Drag isn't that big of a deal when you are running less than 100% throttle,...
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    But the higher you get that blade, the more you...

    But the higher you get that blade, the more you push down on those contact patches.
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    At that point, you are just going back to an old...

    At that point, you are just going back to an old school setup. Car can drive fine, but your spoiler is lower while you race around the track.
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    Load gets the car off the corner. Bar angle only...

    Load gets the car off the corner. Bar angle only lifts the car until the chain is tight. Once your chain is tight, your bar angle means nothing as bar forces and chain forces cancel each other out.
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    Compression on lr shocks, if car is losing lr...

    Compression on lr shocks, if car is losing lr height as you attempt to turn.
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    The least complicated is lf spring.

    The least complicated is lf spring.
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    That's correct. I see that adjustment more for...

    That's correct. I see that adjustment more for off corner adjustment though and your description just being a side affect of the exit adjustment.
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    Same as the old days. Loose in, tight off.

    Same as the old days. Loose in, tight off.
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