Originally Posted by CanAutM3
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.
Agree. NFW it's touching the inside front wheel in a turn. If it were understeering, it would brake the inside rear wheel.
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