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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
when turning a corner or on a wet surface and i floor it alittle bit the back-end of my car fishtails slightly. is this a symptom of some greater problem?
 
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Yep....
It's either "leadfoot syndrome" or to much power under the hood.

To fix it you can either seek psycological help or do a motor swap with a Honda VTEC.
 
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Originally posted by Rustic:
Yep....
It's either "leadfoot syndrome" or to much power under the hood.

To fix it you can either seek psycological help or do a motor swat with a Honda VTEC.
Oh my god!
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:D

That was some funny shhhhhhhh!
 
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HA HA HA HA

i was about to name the post "rear end has excessive movement" but for some reason decided that it was'nt the right idea. ;)
 
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Hey I have that problem too. Whenever I try to turn the corner my mack end wants to come out. My passengers are always screaming "SLOW DOWN!!!" but i was sure that wasnt it. Its good to know that im not the only one having troubles like these.

Brian
 
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When I had bad control arms and I spun on straight road it always threw the back out away from the bad side

my SS went right my caprice goes left and the opposite arms were borked
 
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