DIVTurn your daily driver, weekend fun ride, or track car into a corner-carving performance machine. From planning a course of modifications to installing parts to tuning handling characteristics, High-Performance Handling for Street or Track will have you cranking out high-g cornering forces on your favorite twisty course. Topics covered in High-Performance Handling for Street or Track include:ac An overview of vehicle dynamicsac How to tune handling for differing applicationsac Guidance for selecting aftermarket components, including anti-roll bars, springs, shocks, bushings, chassis braces, camber adjusters, wheels, and brakesac Tire and wheel selection adviceac Case-study projects Whether youare building a high-performance street car, an autocrosser, or a track-day machine, High-Performance Handling for Street or Track will help you create an integrated suspension system and tune it for maximum performance./divThe F1 and Indy cars have enough downforce at 190 miles per hour to triple the load on their tires. ... extremely rigid chassis structures, sophisticated suspension systems, and none of them would last 30 seconds on the streets we drive each day. So, any car that can be comfortably driven on the streets and highways of your neighborhood and exceed 1.0 g cornering ... But some of todaya#39;s fairly average cars like the Subaru WRX, Mitsubishi Evo, and Mustang, with simple suspensionanbsp;...
|Title||:||High-Performance Handling for Street or Track|
|Publisher||:||Motorbooks International - 2013-02-15|