Re: GTV 3.0i V6 Performance Upgrades
The GTV V6 is way quicker than the Corrado, which really is a bit of an old boat, albeit a characterful one but it understeers hugely.
Polybushs defintely do help handling but really you should worry about the suspension itself first. Bushes are fine tuning.
The bushes though do reduce torque steer on the front, make the steering more precise, and add a lot of control to the rear.
Obviously squishy rubber can't do this.
They aren't cheap, put the money towords coilovers / Q2 first.
I was cynical about front strut braces too thinking they might increase understeer, but have to admit that I prefer the car with it fitted - the steering feels much more solid when the car is loaded up, and less tramlining into the bargain.
Also for track use on semi-slicks I believe it helps retain negative camber a little more.
Its the cheapest mod you can make.
The suspension, followed by the Q2 diff being the best.
Don't worry about power upgrades until after you have the car for a good while, the GTV is plenty fast enough!
The 3.2 as standard would keep pace with an S2000 over 50mph.
I found that a standard GTA really outgunned them on track over 50mph, obviously off-the line (who cares!) the S2000 would be a a good bit in front, but only if really going or it since its hard to discreetly go fast in an S2000 since they have so little torque..
I'm not a doctor - but I really do recommend braking later