Revisiting bumpsteer kit settings
My next project is to install a MM bumpsteer kit. I've been reading up on the science of optimum outer tierod end setup. All of the racing sites refer to an upper and lower A-arm suspension and not a strut/ lower arm setup.
I'm trying to simplify the setup of the adjustable MM outer tierods. Why can't I just set the tierod parallel with the A-arm? Wouldn't the outer tierod and lower A-arm travel in the same arc?
I'm running H&R race springs with poly spring dampers on all 4 corners so the car is lowered a bit. I'm not racing but building for a daily driver with great cornering. Currently; the car hits bumps and the steering wheel turns with no input.
CHP/CPR (Coast High Performance) / (Custom Performance Racing Engines)347 lasted a whopping 500 miles due to poor machining, metal debris in main bearings, damaged cam bearing and a balance job that was off 64ozs!