The saga continues!
So drove the car back from Autolusso and have driven it every day in anger so here's the update:
The not so good news is the the pulling to the right under power (and pulling back left when lifting off suddenly) is still there. Note : Only noticeable at motorway speeds on a straight road.
The good news is that following the work by Autolusso the handling has completely transformed, seriously feels like a different car. Aggressive under turn in, tight round corners, grip is unbelievable and feels completely planted, complete joy to drive compared to before, really happy with how it handles.
But I still want to get to the bottom of the issue (as do Autolusso) and they have found an anomaly on the settings following the 4 wheel alignment which they think could be causing the issues and I wanted to get some opinions.
So the toe, castor, settings on front and back are all very similar for left and right side front and back. The camber is also very similar on the back left and right BUT the camber on the front varies as follows:
LEFT : -2 degrees 12'
RIGHT : -1 degree 07'
Also the left side front sits about 10 mm lower than the right (which I guess is to be expected with higher camber on the left. So the right side is sitting higher and straighter (less camber).
Reckon a set of springs and dampers would sort the issue but I love the ride of the AP springs and shocks so don't want to change them if I don't have to (obviously its also more cash).
So question is could the above difference in camber and ride height left to right cause the pull and if so could anything else be causing the ride height and camber difference from left to right apart form the shock/springs? e.g anything else in the strut or something else?
Any opinions welcome!