Xulfi bhai First off the steering column is poorly placed in this model I agree to that. Secondly as per the quality of the strut mounts of my car, they have not been messed with and are factory as this car just hit 1lac on its odo and If you say, I'll cross examine the strut mounts to be sure that they are intact and in good condition.
The difference in the casters between the wheels to prevent road accidents is ingenious. And I didnt know about that. Fact however is that it pulled to the left in less than 2 meters length and not a km. I mean I am travelling at 120kph on motorway and I let got he steering, the car would switch lanes instantly. So the minute caster difference might be no more minute. & that calls to examine the caster adjustment yet again.
Does my car that is a 2006 Honda Civic Exi come with an adjustable caster? If yes what is the local name for caster adjustments?
Quote: with wider wheels and moving the patch (What patch?) outwards your car will respond a bit nervous too, I can bet your steering is sensitive now ( It was hardened and the cars grip was compromised as well. It wasn't a good grip at all) - people in Pakistan mistake this for "tight grip" but its not.
Grip is what I have with my Toyota Corolla Axio, Masha Allah. I have hit the turns on the motorway at almost 160kph and it has been as smooth as a baby's butt. Tires are Advan DB 195/65/15 with Ken's Emotion Rim.