Everyone wants to know what's happening, too many Z31 fanboys, stop nagging
Seriously, time has been spent running various rear suspension options through a simulator which is an interesting exercise in frustration and compromise. Because there are competing factors like roll camber on inside and outside wheels, roll centre and ride height. Plus the mundane matter of being able to fit the necessary fabrication in the space available without interference.
The result of all the various trial simulations is that the one selected provides that in roll, using a static -2.5* camber, outside camber will basically remain the same within the usual race car parameters ie camber gain will keep up with roll. Inside camber gains a bit much but that's part of the balancing act, roll centre varies from 170mm static down to 136 at the extreme roll figure of -5.8*. Which is good because the lower the roll centre the less chance of a jacking effect which can in extreme situations lead to a roll over but it may be a problem when it comes to settling on what to use at the front. It will at static have a lower roll centre, if under roll it does not keep up with the rear roll then it may result in front understeer. Which may not be a bad thing, a bit of initial oversteer to get turn in and some safety understeer when body roll starts to get a bit much.
Now it's back to fabrication oh joy oh joy.
Edited by 260DET, 18 February 2017 - 08:00 AM.