Originally Posted by B-52Gunner
Thanks for the info. Did I notice a difference? to be honest not really, the car may have lost some of its neutral feeling (tends to have more oversteer) I am by no means as good a driver as many on this board. The individuals who track their vehicles would probably be more apt to notice a difference.
I ran one lap of america this year with a square set and it definitely likes to rotate more. But the advantage of being able to rotate the rubber outweighted the oversteer tendency. Anyone who is an intermediate or advanced trackrat knows that any car can be made to under or over steer at the limit and ultimately it's up to the driver to make the car neutral through the corners to maximize grip
I'll probably be running 275/305's for one lap next year now that I have 650hp