@Sacto Mitch posted:
My particular car is equipped with a compensator no one has mentioned yet - a spousal regulator in the right seat.
The grab handle on the dash is just at the edge of my peripheral vision, and if there's a hand on it, I'm pulling too many g's. This is calibrated to kick in way before the axle tucks.
I have driven a few IRS cars and there's a quantum leap there. If you want to go fast as the term is understood in the modern world, get you some IRS. If you're OK with yesteryear motoring, make sure to read Gordon's post above and you'll be OK with the swing axles.
BTW, if you drive a coupe and don't read Gordon's post and don't have a spousal regulator, sooner or later your car will look like this:
If you drive a convertible and don't read Gordon's post and don't have a spousal regulator, sooner or later your head will look like that.
Be careful out there, kids.
Funny post but very informative. In my case my spousal regulator not only uses the hand but is also aural in nature and it’s set up on the very conservative side 🤣. That car that you show in the photos is Jared’s; he was and might still be a member in here. Very original and solid (down to the paint) ‘65. He’s been straightening it out on his YouTube channel and doing a nice job; I just wish he’d touch up the paint after straightening it out (he wants to keep the battle scars).