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Thread: Toe in, front weels?

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    Toe in, front weels?

    There.
    How much are you using?
    I currently have (only?) 0.07 on both front wheels, but the car feels quite sensitive to wind.

    Although I am comparing it to a Audi A6 which was solid as a rock in windy conditions...


    Update:
    Had it readjusted today.
    Front 0°12'
    Rear 0°09'
    Lets see how it goes now.
    First impression; much more solid feeling already.
    Last edited by palstanturhin; 16-06-17 at 09:40.

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    OK, needs 0°15 in front. Rear is fine with the 0°09.
    With 0°12 it feels like a Volvo (i.e. not bad), but if you like Audis, better go up to 0.15... 0.17 is the maximum still on the "green area".
    Tyres are the stock 225/17.
    Also adjust Camber to compensate, around -0°50 should be adequate, but you may need even more, depending on your driving style.

    Road setting, no racing.

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    Having driven these cars since 2010, (now on my 2nd), I found early on it was sensitive to side winds. Not sure why, but the bulk of the car and its relatively light weight for something so bulky may have something to do with it.

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    Thanks Fraser.

    This is my first Jag.
    I have had only SAABs, Volvos and one Audi before.
    I have driven with those almost 1 000 000 km total.
    I have 5600km on the Jag now.

    And I like it...

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