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Old 29-01-2018
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Less anti squat - More out of corner traction, less mid-corner rotation
More anti squat - Less out of corner traction, more mid-corner rotation

So you're right in thinking more anti squat made it worse on exit. Perhaps more weight on the nose so it carries through the corner a little more? Are your springs too soft/oils too light which is causing the corners of the car to collapse? Try standing your shocks out on the towers, this should firm it up/give it more stability.
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