Originally posted by sacremon:
Understeer, and lots of it. That's one of the reasons I got the TRD sway bars.
I believe that is one of the ways to induce oversteer in cars, especially those with RWD. I think it's called "trailing throttle oversteer".Originally posted by DownShift:
I've actually noticed something different than what's posted above. When taking a corner at higher speeds and lightly letting off the gas, the back end tends to slip out, and I have to counter turn the steering wheel.
Originally posted by Risk3233:
In my driving experience, the factory suspension setup can be described as fairly neutral, w/some understeer in the corners.
With the TRD race sway bars installed and increased tire pressure front and rear, the car moves into a more neutral handling style.
I think the LSD in conjunction w/the TRD sway bars creates even more neutral handling.
IMO you can get most RWD cars to oversteer w/strategic application of the throttle. This also holds true for the IS, but I wouldn't say its PRIMARY drive characteristic is oversteer.