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Are any of you narrow body turbo guys having issues with traction? If so, how are dealing with it?Just curious.
LSD. It's the difference between the rear steering the car as either side unpredictably loses traction, and lightly counter-steering as you crab along the camber of the road with a silly grin on your face. One of these things is fun.

Sticky tires. Falken Azenis RT615K+ are sticky enough you can use them to pick up loose crap from the garage floor, with a wear rating to match. They probably won't age out, harden & get scary...

255/40/17 seems to be the practical limit over a certain power level on a G-series body with 30mm TBs at the rear; despite looking like there's plenty of room for more rubber, that will rub high in the arch when it squats enough.
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