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Question: best horizontal offset for drift car

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The "best" horizontal offset for a drift car can vary greatly depending on a variety of factors such as the specific car model, the power of the car, the tires being used, the surface being driven on, and personal driving style. However, in general, for a drift car, you might be looking for a larger offset which refers to the distance from the centerline of the wheel to the mounting surface. A larger offset (more positive) will push the wheel out away from the car providing a wider stance, which may improve stability and control during drifting. Again, remember the specific offset will greatly depend on factors such as wheel and tire size, suspension components, and overall car design. You should also remember to check the regulations of any racing series or event you plan to compete in, as they may have specific rules regarding wheel offsets. It's always strongly recommended to consult with a professional or an expert before making any significant modifications to your vehicle since it can affect the car's safety and performance.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 4, 2024, 2:58 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, February 4, 2024

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