Cross Weight added to WDC

by Racing Aspirations on January 2, 2014

The diagonally related weight between the left-rear and right-front wheels is referred to as cross-weight or simply wedge. It is often measured as a percentage of the vehicle’s total weight. When more than 50 percent of the car’s weight is on the left-rear and right-front wheels, the car is said to have more wedge.


As well as basic corner weight analysis the Weight Distribution Calculator allows you to analyze cross weight as well as the longitudinal and lateral moments of inertia.



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