You got it pretty much summed up!TedV wrote: ↑Sat Jun 24, 2017 11:33 amAm I understanding this correctly? You haven't done any setup adjustments allowed by the rules, just running the car exactly as Ford delivered the car from the dealership plus a larger front bar? Factory makes cars to auger into a crash via understeer. You add a larger front bar that will reduce front body roll at the same time it increases understeer.. then complain the car sucks because it understeers.
Just trying to see if I am following the train of thought. If so, there is more secret sauce you can apply to make it work better. I mean, not even done an autocross specific alignment??
:: Edit :: sorry if this sounds kind of abrupt and rude. I haven't had my coffee yet today.
I don't think an alignment is going to fix the intrusive nannies nor the unpredictable behavior of the torque vectoring. It is a great daily/street car but autocross...meh.