i don't seem to be familar with the concept of bodyroll...
sorry to misguide you but i've been driving around tonite (pizza deliveries) and i've had the chance to get acquainted with my new swaybars quite well. i'm in love... i love those swaybars! there's bodyroll but it's minimal! understeer is as good as gone as well! the car just sticks to the road and sticks to the road through bends and curves.
Now what you need to do is drive around in the car with a couple large blokes like myself and have em sit on one side of the car, you would caertainly come to grips with body roll and we both hijack the pizzas
Originally posted by laminge Now what you need to do is drive around in the car with a couple large blokes like myself and have em sit on one side of the car, you would caertainly come to grips with body roll and we both hijack the pizzas
ROFL, hehehe so true make sure you have loooooootsa pizzas when Minges and Mr Sparkles are around.
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