On routine handling tests, the car displays a left thrust issue which de-stabilises the car on hard acceleration or braking.
Investigation into the common causes (tyre, geometry, corner loadings) results show no reason for the issue.
The limited slip differential is known to cause this issue if faulty. The report recommends to the client that the lsd be inspected by Porsche and compared to factory specifications. Further, that the rear wheel/tyres are substituted for known good tyres, as this is the common culprit responsible for the issue.
A level of service and care not experienced for many years
Based on a number of recommendations from PCGB 996 forum and other sources, I decided to book my 2002 996.2 Carrera 2 Cab into Center Gravity for a full review of the suspension geometry set up. The car had recently had new Bilstein B6’s all rou...
I took my TVR Tuscan s convertible in to see if Center of Gravity could help with my car tram lining and being very unpredictable in the handling stakes.
My local TvR dealer had no remedy, and my wife found the lively handling scary.