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Old 10-17-2013, 09:29 AM   #9
BaylorCamaro
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Drives: 2013 ZL1
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Originally Posted by JusticePete View Post
The neutral toe setting improves turn in and the on center feel for steering. It also makes the car a bit more sensitive to crowned roads. Looking at the spec sheet your Z should feel tight and responsive.

Have the tires been checked since the incident? Road Forced?
It is definately more responsive to any adjustments. The wheel damage really wasn't that bad, just some scuffing, however I wanted perfect looking wheels so I replaced both driver side front and rear wheels. Discount tires took the tires off of the old wheels and mounted them on the new wheels and did their typical balance.

I had actually never heard of Road Forced until now, so I looked it up, isn't it only for vibrations and not so much for alignment/car not driving straight?

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