I was just curious cuz everytime I corner hard, my personal fav are while getting on and off highway ramps, I really wanna do it at a good speed....like 45-50mph or little higher.
However everytime I do this on my 96 328i , the rear part of the car looses grip and kinda skids off the track. As a result I do not trust it as well as my buddies acura which sticks to the ground.
When I purchased this car right before winter last year, they came with new Bridgestone Blizzak tires, which I know are SNOW tires. I kept these on because I do not have the place in my dorm room to store 4 more tires depending on the season.
Would this be the reason why the dry traction grip is a lot less ? I know its gota be a big part of it, but was worried if its my suspension or is it just a common rear wheel drive feeling while cornering.
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