When you’re new to car tuning, you can get away with making one or two tweaks to your car’s suspension.
These will help improve ride quality and reduce the risk of oversteer, but if you want to be a more professional car tuner, you should keep your suspension on a full rotary, according to rotor car parts.
This is because a full rotation will produce more lift on the vehicle’s wheels, which will in turn reduce the amount of downforce applied to the wheels and increase their ride quality.
This article originally appeared on Next BigFuture.com.
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