Tips for minimizing under-steer
Looking for tuning tips to help minimize our beloved Mustang's under-steer. I know by me running off-set tires it adds to this but I am sure I can do other things before I ditch the big ole 18x9 and 18x10's. I mean they just look so damn good on the car.
I have softened up the front struts and that helped a bit but throughout most of my runs the front tires scream for mercy. The car actually feels pretty good but it takes a bit more "persuasion" on my part to get the car to go where I want it to in tight corners. I have almost every suspension mod allowed for ESP except sway bars. I'm still running the stock bars and bushings. I'm pretty new to autocross but I can tell from what experience I have that the pushing going into corners does hurt my times.
'99 SVT Cobra #2085 -- MAC Cat-Back, MAC O/R H, C&L Intake, Steeda UDPs, FRPP 4.10s, B&M Pro Ripper Shifter, UPR Clutch Quadrant/Adjuster, Hawk HPS Pads, Brembo Drilled/Slotted Rotors, Too Much Suspension Stuff to List, Custom Tuned by Tillman Speed -- 306 whp/301 wtq