Of course, as I posted above, I'm totally in agreement with the advice to run at least a factory anti-sway bar AND a camber compensator for a swing axle Speedster.
Or get IRS which is clearly better.
With narrow 165 tires and the tail-wagging engine, you will be warned far sooner in a Speedster than I am in my Spyder. It's physics. Those tail-wagging warnings will give you that pucker feeling to back it down a little before you get too far out of shape.
And Bob, please join us, wherever we end up going. You'll enjoy it!
And for all those with the right-seat throttle-control devices: you can take one ride "for the boys" like we did.
And @Stan Galat : you're a lot smoother than you give yourself credit for.
@Sacto Mitch : maybe I was sliding, but it was due entirely to tires IMHO. Can't wait to get the Vreds.
And I don't have a racing license. I have some time in a bunch of different cars on track, yes.