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Old 07-19-2010, 06:57 PM   #1
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Strange issue in large sweeping curves *coilovers*

So I recently did a whole suspension upgrade including fk silverline x's, front and rear sways, fca and bushings, guibo, steering knuckle, rtab, tie rods, and rear shock mounts. I am on 19's and just had the alignment done. The car handles like a dream "except" If I get in a large curve that sweeps to the right (like a on ramp) towards the end of the curve the wheel seems to buckle almost. It feels like it is moving foward and back. This also kicks on the dsc. I dont know if it does it on a left sweeping curve because I havent been on one. Note this is while driving at a fast rate of speed. Normal or even slightly above normal speed for the ramp does not cause this. As a side note we did all of the suspension except for the tie rods to begin with. After doing this i did not have this problem. Only after installing the tie rods did it start. It was really bad before I got the alignment. But it has not gone away completley even after the alignment. Any idea?
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