False apology.SDB said:I apologise to everyone here for the following. It is not my style and not the kind of thing I would usually post, but..
False indignation.SDB said:WHAT A CROCK OF SHIT!
False galantry.SDB said:I am quite happy to have you insult me continuously. Taking verbal personal abuse form a someone so clearly moronic neither affects me nor creates any enthusiasm for me to respond. But I will NOT sit back and watch you attempt to attack a highly respected engineer of such standing in his field after he has taken the time and effort to post on this thread.
Ah, sorry Alex, missed you clearing that up for meAlexJ said:edit - Keith this is the ratio, u will change with road/tyre conditions
Well, that's what I was thinking, as do wheels not change in camber slightly as suspension compresses, so resisting that compression could keep the wheels straighter...SDB said:Obviously this is not an issue when it comes to pitch as it will not affect the angle at which the tyres hits the ground.
Cool - cheers Simon. Would be interesting to knowSDB said:Great observation Keith (which had eluded me during my last post)
That is probably the reason for the testing that has been carried out.
I'll ask around and see if I can find out what the deal is / current thoughts.
All the best