The Ultimate Handling Guide Part V - The One Unforgivable Sin, Overlowering Your Car

I am not Jesus so I don’t have to forgive you if you mess things up when setting up your car. I am talking about sin, pure dumb unforgivable sin. No it’s not the one that’s talked about in the New Testament that gives clergy fits to explain to lay people, it’s a big mistake, one that nearly all enthusiasts are unknowingly guilty of and that is the most common mistake when modifying a car’s suspension.  It’s a sin which so thoroughly screws up handling that it gives engineers fits when trying to explain why this is so to automotive enthusiasts.

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