Originally Posted by therizzle
toe in??? I thought toe OUT in the front for straight tracking.
Toe-in forces the car's slip angle inwards, so the front of both left, and right tires are working against each other. And because the car's tires want to turn in on each other, this makes the car track stright. But this also makes the car want to push comming out of the corner. Normal car setups have toe-out in front and toe-in at the rear.
It could also be the car's steering linkage. I've noticed when I also had this problem, that there was a little play between the steering bellcranks and the steering bellcrank posts. I placed .010" shims under the steering bellcranks to remove some of that play.