Are you on stock rear sway bar?Figured I'd best actually post about it for record keeping ... So the accident itself. Too fast, too corner ... wet morning grass, torque vector induced slide when attempting to get back on the road, then hello guardrail! Kept me from plunging 25-50 feet into the creek which the road follows. Also, I didn't even spill my tea ... the car and guardrail crumpled flawlessly. No airbag deployment. No injuries, not even sore the next day. Ego was pretty bruised, this was a normal route that I've taken hundreds of times. Not sure why I went too fast or how I ended up wide out of the corner. Probably just took it weird, because I never never never cross the double yellow in cornering on this road. So I am guessing too fast, with no available runoff being already in the right lane. Also, not sure if I had time to correct, everything happened so fast. I'd like to think I had time and just froze, but I can't say. The rotation was sudden, caught me off guard, and before I knew it I was knocking over mailboxes... I was able to move the car (felt normal driving) out of harms way. I was going to drive it into work, but then no power steering available.
I think it probably had more to do with having all four tires in wet morning grass on Pilot Super Sports, while trying to avoid a telephone pole and brick wall...I have experienced the sudden snap over steer that you CAN NOT get out of! You might want to try an after market rear sway bar to help it be more predictable and controllable
Butt dyno noticed nothing. However, I didn't ever get a custom tune for it, which you kinda need. Steeda claims numbers (5hp iirc?) on the TB spacer stock, so at $50 for the part, I just left it on. I didn't like how Steeda's remedy for moving the engine cover stud was pretty terrible, so that's part of the reason I sold it.Love the build progress man, did you notice any difference with the TB and intake spacers?