Sometimes, when I ask a question and I'm not sure how to word it, as is often the reason why I must ask the community in the first place, I miss some information or other important details. This is the result of not really knowing what I was looking for.
An example could be this question, in which I needed a way to turn my kinematic details into a parabolic equation. In short, I made a mistake in quoting the standard form and didn't notice it until the answerer kindly pointed it out.
However, I have already edited the question once and I have a best answer. I know about editing old questions and I get the feeling that the community doesn't much care if I elaborate upon the question, but this would be a minor edit to correct some misinformation. It would bump the question to the main page again (for what I know) and inadvertently take away from other questions, if nothing else. So, even if the user base doesn't mind seeing the same question again for a frivolous edit, it still pushes more relevant questions down.
My question is, should I make this small edit or not?
If I don't, the question will have misinformation (probably not harmful, however).
If I do, the question will be bumped to the main page and affect more recent questions.