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Patrick Roth

What do you mean tires “pounted outwards”? I interpret this as I’m going through a left hand corner and I have to turn the wheel to the right. I can only think of this happening when the rear is sliding and I’m countersteering (not a pushing condition). As long as it’s not driver induced, having the rear sliding too much leads me to reduce or slow the rate of lift.

For the sake of answering how to increase lift you can increase the front width and increase caster. A front torsion bar should help as well but wouldn’t be my first choice.

Are you expecting to see daylight between the tire and the surface?