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Hi Everyone,

I just bought a used 2007 LT and love it. My first car was a 1960 Impala convertable that I bought in 1968, so I have come full circle. My 2007 is also the first automatic I have owned since the '60.

The cornering on this car is amazingly neutral - neither under or oversteer. I have a C5 Corvette and would love to have that neutrality. That being said, I would prefer more positive? caster in the alignment. The steering doesn't want to return to the straight and narrow, but tends to stay where I point it. I understand that the caster cannot be adjusted in this car. Is that true? and is there anything that can be done?
 

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Thank you. This stuff looks like it would do a good job in beefing up the suspension - but I'm looking to change the geometry. I just read that lowering the rear relative to the front could do that. Maybe lower springs in the back? Anyone try that?
 
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