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- From: "David Sharp" <Ausgang(--nospam--at)e46fanatics.com>
- Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2001 14:17:04 -0700
Single story, 13' high, auto sales showroom, 45' x 52' All glass walls, 8 exterior tube columns, no x-bracing. Glass units frame between columns.
What is appropriate allowable drift?
It depends. I'd run 'R' compound tires on that surface and set the back swaybars to 3/4 and the front sways to full, deactivate the traction-control, and bring the speed up smoothly until I get a nice even four wheel drift. ;-)
As for x-bracing, the standard x-bracing from the new M3 works well . . . and don't forget to bring your helmet to the track.
BMW CCA Member #168622
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