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Old 05-22-2011, 09:07 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by CapriRacer View Post
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They wanted to do RR Force, which makes larger tires look worse for RR. but if RRC (Rolling Resistance Coefficient is used larger tires are better - which is the way most folks would look at it. The GSA asked NHTSA to reconsider - and that was a year ago. In the meantimm, NHTSA has gotten tied up with a lot of Toyota issues!
Was "RR Force" for the same load or at the tire maximum load?

I want "RR Force" but realize it is a function of load. If "RRC" can be multiplied by the load to give "RR Force," I would be satisfied. I need "RR Force" adjusted for current vehicle weight to calculate the energy loss.

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