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Steering Wheel Feels Really Light


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After driving a 2004 Boxster loaner car for a week while my 99 996 C2 was in the dealer for service, the steering feel of my 996 feels quite a bit lighter than the boxster. Does anyone else notice the same thing, or is there something wrong with my car? Maybe some bushings are worn out?

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I've found the steering on the Boxster compared to my 996 to be different as well. The Boxster feels more tight, precise making the 996 seem sloppy almost (comparatively). The cars are different and we can't expect them to drive the same. There is a weight difference from the Boxster to the 996 in the front, unsure if that has anything to do with it. I've always appreciated the steering ability of the Boxster...

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I find the steering of my C2 ( 1999) VERY light, especially compared to my Nissan ZZ twin turbo, yes I know the engine is in the front, but I would have assumed that Porsche would have dialed in some more "feel" in the C2 which would take some of the "twitchiness" out of the steering, maybe using caster , maybe less steering assist.

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