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Old February 4th, 2010, 06:15 PM   #21
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high speed handling and low speed handling are two completely different animals.
In low speed cornering Boxsters (and 996s, 997s) tend to push (understeer) at lower speeds. As speeds increase this is mitigated somewhat but not completely.
I do not know what exactly Pedro's brace is supposed to do or how it attaches to the car so I can't comment on it's affect on your situation.
Also without knowing what your alignment specs are, I don't know why your car would get tail happy...while cornering unless you are experiencing drop throttle oversteer or upsetting the balance of the car mid corner by applying brakes or throttle.
You may have some toe out causing this.
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