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I took my car for the first time after my build to the track and my back end was getting away from me way too much due to the added power. Any suggestions on how to keep it planted more aside from letting off the pedal lol? I have stock aero and running around 800 whp.

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using r888s?
 

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Yeah, what wheel and tire setup are you currently running? Congrats on getting your car back!
 

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Throttle- smoother input (roll onto the pedal) will help keep torque reduced to allow tires not to loose grip as easily (something RWD power car drivers must do)

More rear tire- use the widest wheel and widest tire with the softest rubber you can fit. Try slightly higher rear tire pressure and/or slightly lower front tire pressure

Use aftermarket adjustable coilovers- Stiffen front spring rate, soften rear spring rate, stiffen front shocks, soften rear shocks

Swaybars- if adjustable try stiffen front bar and/or soften rear bar settings

Aero- increase rear wing downforce

Oversteer info-
http://www.caranddriver.com/features/the-physics-of-oversteer-feature
http://www.drivingfast.net/car-control/oversteer.htm
 

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Try the Ecutek Phase 5 traction dial with Ben L. Might just be what you need.
 
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