Update from yesterday. We raised the front 2cm, up to the control arms started pointing down just a tiny bit. Didn't seem to make much of a difference. We checked everything once more, and everything is in check. Went for a drive (although might be a little miss aligned as we raised it) it has the same problem... Did a test, fully pushing it in 2nd and 3rd without the hand in the wheel, and it snaps so quickly to one of the sides (does to both sides) it's not even funny. Going ahead, hard 2nd gear and I would hit front first on a 3rd lane car... Checking old alignment sheets, I saw the following: With shock and spring kit (Bilstein B4 + Vogtland 40mm) it was aligned to 0 toe and -1 camber. Caster was 1.41 (which is within specs) Then changed to Coilovers. JOM JNT (height and damp) and mk3 VR6 top mounts. It was aligned to 0 toe and -2.25 camber. Caster was 0.34. This last alignment was set to the same. Question: Camber has such impact in Caster in a stock mk2, or the coils+top mounts changed the caster?