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Handling issue!!

Posted April 21st, 2012 at 11:42 PM by Bisceglia

I just bought a pristine 2004 Viper with 15000 miles on it. I had a Mustang Cobra that I was used to driving with one or two fingers on the steering wheel. In Los Angeles, our streets and freeways are basically 3rd world country with cracks, seams, asphalt patches, lanes with half old shoulder and half rough concrete road, etc. My Viper wants to "track" every defect in the road. I'm driving with both hands on the wheel at all times to keep it where I want it. On flat smooth pavement it tracks perfectly. It corners well. Do you think I have a problem or is this the nature of the beast? Thanks.
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