So, I assume you've had this setup and reporting the test results?you'll get scary toe changes on acceleration and especially braking.
And I'm sure they are using solid bearings vs. bushings. I'm not going to argue on the internet, sorry.So, I assume you've had this setup and reporting the test results?
BTW, this is the same config as Pilbeam uses on their setup. Also, many of the drivers in the Lotus Elise Trophy series use this setup - including Chris Randall.
All models are vulnerable to this. There's a factory installed brace that's available with some of the newer option packages ('track pack', I think?), but most cars don't have any bracing. In my opinion, it's not a big concern if you're using normal street tires like the AD07, and if you're not doing much track driving (assuming you still check the torque at each oil change). Put stickier tires on there (like the A048), and push the car hard at a track, and you'd be wise to add a brace.Not trying to hijack the thread, but I've never seen this answered. Is the toe link issue an '05 issue, a non-LSS car, or is it a threat to all models?
its not an issue, its an application.... the non-braced, street application could be problematic on the track, particularly if not maintained.Not trying to hijack the thread, but I've never seen this answered. Is the toe link issue an '05 issue, a non-LSS car, or is it a threat to all models?
interesting. this is understood to be a "required" upgrade, always made me wonder why the car would come out of the factory like that.on the street, the lack of a brace, could save your chassis... vs. on the track )particularly with slicks or pushing hard g loads), a brace could save your chassis