Originally Posted by shaddix
Sorry to complicate things but I was under the impression that the fact the tire is leaned over provides enough camber thrust to cause lateral acceleration of the front end without having any steering angle at all. Of course this only applies to wide angle turns, and at higher speeds 40mph+ you can actually have the wheel turned in the other direction.
There you go. A magic number finally appears. And my impression that at 60mph on a curve, that my front wheel is NOT turned into the corner could be correct. It may not necessarily be the counter steering we speak of, but it is a counter steering.