Re: Passive rear steer revisited
"on a stiff track car I assume you loose a good bit of (PRS) since your roll is reduced you can up the effect on whatever bends, flexes, or acts lever to regain some of this."
PRS is immobilized on cars that have it when raced. Drivers prefer to be able to induce oversteer when necessary. Example, early Mitsubishi Galant 4wd turbos had PRS and the first thing people did whether it was for rally or the track was to disable the system.