Too tight a posi will contribute to that. A more agressive front end alignment will help too, more neg. camber and more caster. Max caster if you have power steering.
My setup, still evolving (thinking of power steering)
I added a tru-trac which helped; when I accelerate in a turn it doesn't launch ignoring the front wheel direction. Also the car will turn when initially off the throttle or tap the brake as the weight transferrs front but doesn't last long. The rear will also slide out a "little" when I let off the throttle which helps in pointing the car, easing back on the throttle brings grip back to the rear.
I just learning to work with these traits. I'm running 3-link, Koni's 500# front and 250# (changed to eibach) rear, 3/4" front bar, 2 deg neg camber and 4deg caster. 245-40-18 and 275-35-18 rear Kumho XS. I'm still learning and its fun.
More people with a lot moer experience on this board.
ps, I added the front bar and needed to add more camber and caster to gain back the front grip. No rear bar and I don't think I need it now but may change with P.S and more caster. We'll see.
331, RPM intake, TW heads, TF STG II cam, 3:55, powerjection III, 3550 trans, NT-03M Enkei 18x8.5 & 9.5, Kumho XS 245-40 \ 275-35, 3-link, Fast Freddies PS, ABS
Last edited by Sanford; 11-11-2011 at 10:16 PM..