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      02-08-2013, 01:04 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by The HACK View Post
That's OPPOSITE of what a neutral car should do. A neutral car would push (what many would call understeer) with more throttle and tug (most mistaken with oversteer) with less. Something is seriously wrong with either your setup or your driving.
If he's not cornering at the limit (or what he thinks is the limit), then throttle-induced oversteer and lift-throttle "understeer" could be what he's observing. Because when he's lifting, his rear still has plenty of traction (not at the limit). When he's oversteering its wheelspin/throttle induced.

Just my .02