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      10-31-2012, 04:05 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Blue55 View Post
The camber plates result in a MASSIVE reduction in understeer. On the other hand, since the front sticks better in most corners, you've got to be a lot more cognizant of the rear since you'll likely be carrying more speed. The car likes to oversteer in high speed corners so you've got be ready to catch it very quickly.
Very good observation!

A third friend of mine drove my car (not the other two that also own 1Ms) recently drove my car after the camber plates and felt it was too much grip at the front and said it was making the car tend to oversteer.

I don't recall it being BAD.. but I do recall noting for a few events that I needed to slow my hands down when dialing in steering since the car does turn in so much better with the camber plates. I never felt that it made the handling worse.... and as previously mentioned.. when two other owners tell you how much better your car is than theirs (and they own the SAME CAR)... well then I would say it's well worth the trade off in my opinion.
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