Llecentaur wrote:Lateral thinking.
What do you guys think ?
The front end steering geometry was designed around the factory track width - When you turn the wheels, the inside wheel turns a sharper angle than the outside wheel does and the difference in those two angles is a function of track width - Change the offset of the front wheels and now you have a new, wider front end track width, so that steering angle geometry would no longer be correct - The tires would be scrubbing on any tight turn . . . . and there is no adjustment to correct for that
Not to mention that doing bodywork to cover for an incorrect set of wheels isn't something anyone would even consider doing . . . . the car would not only be funny handling - It would be funny looking too
Messing with such things in an attempt to 'correct' for a handling problem could generate bigger problems than the ones you're trying to fix