lateral loads on chassis on very soft compound tire
Any long term Mustang owners here have any insight into added stuctural needs as a consequence of using a very soft racing compound tire on a road course track?
I'm sure the underside can handle R888's and RA1's with no problem laterally... afterall it is built for the track and those are only 100's.
But when you start getting down to C91 Hankook compounds.... down around 40-50 UTQG ratings... there are some added lateral loads involved. Curious as to common areas that need improvement under there... Someone suggested there is something needed in the differential area as a result of the extra loads.
Any insight based on road course based evidence with this chassis? I'm assuming it's the same chassis since 2005?
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