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Makes sense - with beaucoup negative camber, the overall contact area + the offset contact area relative to hub centerline has changed - and thus the way it behaves upon turn in.
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Kupcar, I'd almost say your experience is normal. Yes, normal.
My car is pretty stable ~~on the race track~~ in a straight line - with nice turn-in.

I'd also say it behaves pretty much the exact same way yours does - it is a HANDFUL on city streets:
Heavy, heavy steering.
Wicked rip--it-outta-your-hands steering from crowns, ruts, or pretty much anything unusual.
Went to change a lane........ZAP, 2 lanes over - scared the crap outta me

Mainly a function of wide tires and huge negative camber.

Sounds like your car is a track beast, similar to mine, and the behavior is just part of the price for this on-track performance
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