It's known that Our Dear Focii do this, and I'd like to learn your driving habits/tips/tricks.
What are the best ways to 'work' it?
How do you keep the back from getting (too) loose, say slowing on a decreasing radius wet on-ramp, then maybe to brake hard-ish due to traffic?
Generally, I'm just looking for input from experienced SVT-ish drivers.
Some back story:
Bought 16" Focus wheels, some Firestone Winterforce tires, after replacing struts/shocks with 'stock' SVT bits. And fresh front sway end links and poly rear sway bushings.
Realized it was past due for an alignment... felt like 4 rubber crutches, and NOT very stable.
set it up for me, and mentioned that the SVT's tend to oversteer a bunch due to the geometry. He's set up a bunch for local club racers. It feels a LOT better, but I can obviously still induce oversteer on that on-ramp~~!
Here;s where I'm at:
Total Toe: -0.01
Camber: -1.1 / -0.8
Total Toe: 0.23
Camber: -0.9 / -1.6