I see. I tried it for the ride home. Granted, I have a basically stock suspension and am running Kazera KZ-V wheels with Avon Tech M500 "tyres." I pumped the fronts up to about 42 and the rears to 35 and hit a twisty back road.
This wasn't a track test for sure, but I did push it on a few corners. I can feel a difference at the limit as the back would rotate instead of the front pushing straight through. The technique was to break, heel-toe downshift, turn in and lift off the throttle... drifting a little wide with the back end rotating a touch, then back on the throttle. I didn't pull a Burt Reynolds.
I try not to drive too stupid on the street though... just a couple corners, I promise.