Thanks JJ Some interesting things that parrallel the stuff in the car and driver article comparisons. But the car they drove had the prodrive package in it, where we already have the power levels in the car.In both places at the higher speeds the STI they didn"t feel measured up to the EVO, still going to get it though.SFRinNJ
Got to go back and really read the c&d article, the edmonds review, and a couple of the others. Bottom line is I'm getting the car. Most of the time I am going to be driving the car. Alot of the time I want to take the car and do some "cool" things with the car. I guess it is going to have some limitations that I had better learn to overcome, live with, and compensate for, or we will both be in a ditch someplace.SFRinNJ
Read another article today, canadian driver in an american STI and still talked about the slight understeer. Just said be ready for it. He loved the car and everything else about it, even its quirks.SFRinNJ
Ive got slight understeer in mine too so ill assume its big setup difference in uk/eu vs us models if there aint understeer in us models.Ill try to get the data on mine so you can compare it.
From "You&your Subaru Impreza Turbo" by Chris Rees (ISBN 1859608256):
>zero toe-in on the front with 0.5-1.2 of negative chamber.At the rear its 1.0-1.5mm of toe-out on each side.<
Both the EVO8 and Sti was special models, the evo was a FQ300 and the Sti was PPP
The Evo got YAW control so it doesnt understeer.