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      11-10-2008, 06:19 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Robin Hood View Post
He is good and you can also increase your tyrepressure at the back to get the car easier in an oversteer situation. I never do that because my car is my daily driver and I want to feel the car like it is: bone stock.
Actually, that makes car harder to control. Too bouncy. Normal street pressures are quite OK ... And alway better tires at the back or, if $$$ permits, 4 equal good tires with as much grip as possible.
Winter tires at the back, high pressures, old tires and stuff like that is for children ... It's no fun sliding around at low speeds.