Can I lower the front of my Mondial?

Discussion in 'Mondial' started by JLF, Sep 12, 2019.

  1. cianfichi

    cianfichi Rookie

    Oct 21, 2013
    That is really some in-depth analysis, some of it I understand, and some I dont. What sends a flag up is having to lengthen the upper A arm by a half inch. If you don't do this the tires will wear unevenly correct? And not steer properly? All in all it seems like its best to leave well enough alone.
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  3. MvT

    MvT F1 Rookie
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    May 25, 2013
    The Netherlands - NH
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    I like your write up and I think you will notice if you race or do track lap times, but do most of us notice when driving our horse in normal conditions?

    When I drive to Italy or any other longer destination I am taking quite some stuff with me inclusive a 5kilo garage jack in the front. The luggage compartment was stacked 9luggage, some tools) and last spring a SeaSucker imperial together with a Cybex system on the back seat and 3 persons. It handled perfectly to my surprise. If I would do this with my Alfa 156 I have a totally different ride and even somewhat uncomfortable.

    Speed ramps do becomes a problem though..
  4. afterburner

    afterburner Formula 3
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    Jun 20, 2008
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    Yes, you will have a lot of negative camber leading to tire wear, tram-lining, you need to compensate with less toe-in..., aggressive turn in (> tendency to "oversteer"), silly look ;-)

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