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I was a little bit disappointed to find that the Veloster and a lot of AWD Hyundai's come with brake torque vectoring systems, I get a lot of slip from the inside front wheel while applying even a little bit of throttle while cornering. This is far less severe in a mk6 GTI or anything else with this technology.
I know it's probably a stretch to try and retrofit the Velosters torque vectoring system into one of our cars, and it's probably insanely expensive to install a limited slip differential. What other mods are availible to help combat this? Why don't we get the torque vectoring system in the Veloster???
 

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Why don't we get the torque vectoring system in the Veloster???
Cost.

The Veloster get's the fancy system........and a torsion beam rear suspension.

We get a nice multi-link rear suspension and no fancy system. I would just put a limited slip in it, some are available. But it's not cheap. That's your only route to limiting tire spin on corner exit and/or changing your driving style. I've been tracking and canyon carving in FWD cars for a long time and the wide entry, straighter exit technique has worked well for me.
 
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