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Join Date: Dec 2008
Many of the problems described here in the thread originates as GTV_Blue writes from the rear end (strange as that may sound).
Proper tire pressure, wheel alignment and the condition of the bushings is important but also dampers control of the rear springs motions, with Konis rear dampers so is the compression damping fixed (to what KONI mean is correct) but the rebound damping is adjustable and provides you an opportunity to adjust the body roll of the car, play a little with that setting and see if you can suppress/eliminate the problems you experience, if you put the front dampers to their softest compression damping you also put them to their toughest rebound damping, it may give you jacking down promblems which exacerbates your problem with traction.