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      04-05-2013, 12:24 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by The HACK View Post
I'm willing to bet a swift kick in the ss that he's got his brake signals crossed, or the data software is mapping the wrong brakes, left and right.
So if the front brake signals are crossed, that would imply that MDM is braking the inside front wheel. Now why would a stability system brake the slower rotating wheel (the one that is lifting) ?

I believe that the answer is much simpler. IMO, MDM is simply anticipating a potential oversteer and is applying outside front brake to correct. As was mentioned by Bigjae, a square tire setup would accentuate this type of MDM intervention.
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