Masa M. wrote:It's me again. This time, just a question about one term in below sentences.
S-curves, the first one
After you passed through it, move over to the left as much as possible
Turn the wheel hard
It doesn't matter if it becomes a *resistance
Resistance...? Is it about a deceleration caused by the change of direction of the front wheels during cornering? Has anyone heard of "cornering resistance"? Is that what the speaker is talking about?
dreggs wrote:I would read it that way. There is more rolling resistance with the wheels turned as opposed to heading straight, even though the diff allows the rear wheels to turn at different speeds.
Masa M. wrote:dreggs wrote:I would read it that way. There is more rolling resistance with the wheels turned as opposed to heading straight, even though the diff allows the rear wheels to turn at different speeds.
I'm not much good at physics. I read the article on wiki, but not be able to understand sufficiently. But the rolling resistance would make sense in that sentence. The car slows down (a little or some...?) as he turns the (steering) wheel, but he's trying to put his car on the ideal racing line.
Should it be "It doesn't matter if it becomes "the" resistance"
This sounds like an anti-government group or something!
After you've passed through the first S-curve, move to the left as much as possible and turn the wheel hard. It doesn't matter if _______ causes resistance.
But i'm still guessing at what the author is suggesting will cause the resistance. Is it the turning of the wheel or something else that was described earlier in the cartoon.
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