Originally Posted by Purple Derple
I would think toe in under squat is good and toe out under dive is good for these reasons: would lead to a more stable platform under throttle application and more rotation on turn in for allowing for that power application earlier. Sooner to throttle means more speed on the straight. Get used to the back end of the car moving under braking it is necessary to go fast and frankly it isn't going to spin you it is only going to allow you to point the car more easily. Going fast involves a lot of getting comfortable with uncomfortable situations.
Lift-throttle oversteer is a pretty nasty trait though, just ask every 911 owner before the 996 ...
I bet most of them can tell you the part #'s and cost of rear quarterpanels/axles.