covertrussian Posted November 13, 2017 Share Posted November 13, 2017 I need new front control arm rearward bushings on my BR Outback, I'm really tempted to get the caster increasing bushings (+1 over stock). My only concern with more caster is this additional front grip will offset the natural understeer tendencies of the car to oversteer instead (wife's daily driver + inclement weather car, not a racer here ) So this leads to the next issue, if oversteer becomes an issue you could increase rear camber to dial out that oversteer. But at what point do you have to start worrying about rollover from having too much mechanical grip. I love increasing caster on my Sedans, but with low center of gravity this is not a big concern. Stock BR Outbacks have 0* camber front and rear, so it's not like you can reduce negative camber like you can on Legacies, though we might be able to dial in positive camber (I'm not sure about static handling implications of this though). 05 LGT 16G 14psi 290whp/30mpg 12 OBP Stock 130whp/27mpg@87 Oct 00 G20t GT28r 10psi 250whp/36mpg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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