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Old 17th March 2017, 17:44   #646
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Abarths performance with JK tyres. I am sure Fiat owner will laugh like anything when he reads JKs on punto / Linea for a track and now lets not start a new debate that Alnac 4G are in similar price bracket

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Here you go again talking about something I have not even said anything against; LET THE TYRES BE! Or do you think the car will have less body roll with Apolo Alnac4gs? I am refering to autocar's mega track test 2016 here's a link: http://www.autocarindia.com/auto-fea...-402973.aspx/0 nobody is bothered about wheelspin. Karthikeyan is talking about body roll two different concepts that you don't seem to be able to grasp.

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Old 17th March 2017, 21:47   #647
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Okay kindly elaborate then.

It is known as body roll buddy and tyres are not going to change that. Let me make things easier: I agree with you that Baleno is overpriced, I am sorry I don't think the Punto is an Abarth.
Hi, while body roll is primarily associated with the stiffness of the suspension, tyres also play an important role - simplistically, higher sidewalls induce more flex, which makes the car roll more during high speed cornering. Low profile tyres have stiffer sidewalls thus reducing body roll around a corner.

Personally, I've seen that a GT TSI with Yoko S 205s rolls noticeably lesser than the stock Alnacs.

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Ishaan, Amit: I think whatever needs to be said in your arguments has been. Please quit the debate now. If you guys want to continue, take it offline or via PMs.

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Mod Note: Our Baleno RS Review has been taken live at this link (Maruti Baleno RS : Official Review). Please continue the discussion over on the new thread. Thanks!

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