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Old 03-02-2005, 09:21 PM
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Are you using OEM tires - "N" rated tires. I switched to wider tires that were not "N" rated - and found that I lost some stability on hard cornering.
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Originally Posted by Torags
In the apex...

Or when she oversteers

If I had a Cayenne and entered a turn and she showed me a little rear-steer, I'd add throttle, come to a stopping place, get out, jump for joy, get back in car... repeat process. That's just me though.
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Old 03-04-2005, 04:07 AM
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OEM tires, Continental Sport Contact.
I'll see what happens after the suspension is repaired.

Aluminum is known to fail under repeated stress... I'm not sure if this is factored in Cayenne's design.
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Originally Posted by FSAEracer03
Or when she oversteers

If I had a Cayenne and entered a turn and she showed me a little rear-steer, I'd add throttle, come to a stopping place, get out, jump for joy, get back in car... repeat process. That's just me though.
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