Anyway, the front geometric roll centre on one leading car is around 10 mm and the rear is around 100-120 mm. I assume the difference has some significance. What I am thinking is that the hig rear grc reduces the rate (as in time) of rear weight transfer, relative to the front, though I might have this back to front...it's late!
What Then would the effect be of adding a LSD to such a car. Would the reduced risk of spinning the inside tyre (tire for our us friends) with the LSD alter the need for a slow rear weight transfer?
Edited by NeilR, 26 January 2012 - 11:31.